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AACE Review (formerly AACE Journal)

July 2009 Volume 17, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Connecting Children’s eCulture to Curriculum: Implications for Educators

    DeAnna Laverick, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, United States

    This article discusses the benefits of including “children’s eCulture” in school curricula. “Children’s eCulture” is the culture of children as it relates to electronics and technology. Integrating... More

    pp. 137-154

  2. Women in Educational Technology: Content Analysis of AACE Journals 2004-2007

    Kathryn Kennedy, Feng Liu, Kara Dawson & Cathy Cavanaugh, University of Florida - School of Teaching and Learning, United States

    Professional qualifications for men and women are equivalent across disciplines, however, women tend to be underrepresented in technology-related fields. The purpose of this study is to analyze the... More

    pp. 155-179

  3. Within the Wiki: Best Practices for Educators

    Barbara Schroeder, Boise State University, United States

    With the increasing emphasis in higher education to provide opportunities for students to work and collaborate in groups, enhancing problem-solving and critical-thinking skills, instructors are... More

    pp. 181-197

  4. Faculty Use and Integration of Technology in Higher Education

    Lydia Kyei-Blankson, Illinois State University, United States; Jared Keengwe, University of North Dakota, United States; Joseph Blankson, Carle Foundation Hospital, United States

    Although technology has become so pervasive on most college campuses today, it has not been heavily infused in the activities of teaching and learning (Grabe & Grabe, 2008). Additionally, growing... More

    pp. 199-213

  5. Facilitating Timely Completion of a College Degree With Optimization Technology

    Avi Dechter, California State University, United States

    Students who pursue a bachelor’s degree in four-year colleges and universities often take longer than four years to complete their degrees. The reasons for prolonging the time to degree seem to... More

    pp. 215-299