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Journal of Educational Technology Systems Vol. 36, No. 4 (2008) pp. 337–373
This study investigated the role of native language in the context of online versus face-to-face learning environments. Findings from a mixed-methods analysis revealed that native language was a factor in distinguishing among the learning...
Teaching and Teacher Education: An International Journal of Research and Studies Vol. 20, No. 8 pp. 833–846
In the study reported here, I compare Learner-Centered Battery (a questionnaire of students’ perceptions of the classroom) results and the observation and interview data gathered in one sixth-grade classroom noting first a discrepancy between the...
Student Effort, Media Preference, and Writing Quality when Using Print and Electronic Resources in Expository Writing
Journal of Educational Computing Research Vol. 35, No. 1 (2006) pp. 61–81
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of the Internet as a research tool on elementary students' quality of writing, their perceptions of effort expended, and their resource media preference in writing an expository paper. We gathered ...
Journal of Computing in Higher Education Vol. 30, No. 2 (2018) pp. 298–325
In this paper, we discuss the activity systems of students and instructors who used an interactive e-textbook in their instructional activities. Data included instructor interviews and student journals about e-textbook use in eight university...
Educational Technology Research and Development Vol. 64, No. 3 (2016) pp. 407–433
Researchers have more often examined whether students prefer using an e-textbook over a paper textbook or whether e-textbooks provide a better resource for learning than paper textbooks, but students' adoption of mark-up tools has remained...
Facilitating Adoption of an Interactive E-Textbook among University Students in a Large, Introductory Biology Course
Journal of Computing in Higher Education Vol. 29, No. 3 (2017) pp. 477–495
E-textbooks are more prevalent in college courses, but much recent research still shows that students prefer paper textbooks and have difficulty regulating their learning with digital course materials. Still, college instructors--especially in lower-...