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Relationships among student attitudes, motivation, learning styles, learning strategies, patterns of learning, and achievement: A formative evaluation of distance education via Web-based courses
(1998) pp. 1–122
The World Wide Web (WWW) is the latest in a long line of educational technologies, and the list of courses on it is growing daily. Formative evaluations would help educators enhance teaching and learning in Web-based courses. This study analyzed the ...
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 40, No. 1 (1999) pp. 57–65
Using exploratory factor analysis, data from 132 agriculture faculty showed that they rated the academic rigor of off-campus courses (in terms of active learning, effort, and high cognitive levels) lower than on-campus courses. Their opinions were...
Web-based Learning: Relationships among Student Motivation, Attitudes, Learning Styles, and Achievement
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 42, No. 4 (2001) pp. 12–20
Of 74 students taking web-based agriculture courses, two-thirds were identified as field independent. There were no achievement differences between field-dependent and field-independent students. Students enjoyed the convenience and pacing and were...
Comparing Quality in On-Campus and Off-Campus Courses: Perceptions of College of Agriculture Faculty
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 40, No. 1 (1999) pp. 49–56
In a study using a total quality management framework, 132 agriculture faculty perceived off-campus courses as being lower in quality. There were small quality differences on user- and value-related factors, but greater disparities in manufacturing...
Journal of Agricultural Education Vol. 43, No. 4 (2002) pp. 1–11
Students in web-based courses (n=74) completed the Group Embedded Figures Test and an online questionnaire on learning strategies and patterns. They used strategies to determine important ideas from lectures and memorize key concepts. They used...
Extended Automatic Pointing Assistive Program--A Pointing Assistance Program to Help People with Developmental Disabilities Improve Their Pointing Efficiency
Research in Developmental Disabilities Vol. 31, No. 3 (2010) pp. 672–679
The latest research adopted software technology to improve pointing performance is through an Automatic Pointing Assistive Program (APAP). However, APAP has some limitations. This study evaluated whether two children with developmental disabilities...
Assisting People with Developmental Disabilities Improve Their Collaborative Pointing Efficiency with a Multiple Cursor Automatic Pointing Assistive Program
Research in Developmental Disabilities Vol. 31, No. 2 (2010) pp. 600–607
This study evaluated whether four persons (two groups) with developmental disabilities would be able to improve their collaborative pointing performance through a Multiple Cursor Automatic Pointing Assistive Program (MCAPAP) with a newly developed...
Computers & Education Vol. 88, No. 1 (October 2015) pp. 303–314
This study investigated the occurrence of the redundancy effect in a normal classroom when presenting multiple formats of information with the assistance of electronic slideshows. A virtual classroom that simulates a normal classroom was developed...