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Computers & Education

April 2019 Volume 132, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. An international review of eExam technologies and impact

    Andrew E. Fluck

    This study looks at the growth of eExams in five countries. An eExam is defined as ‘a timed, supervised, summative assessment conducted using each candidate's own computer running a standardised... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. MOOC learners’ demographics, self-regulated learning strategy, perceived learning and satisfaction: A structural equation modeling approach

    Kun Li

    Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) provide a great platform to study individual and group differences of learners in perceptions, motivations, and behaviors under self-directed learning context.... More

    pp. 16-30

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  3. Interaction and presence in the virtual classroom: An analysis of the perceptions of students and teachers in online and blended Advanced Placement courses

    Andrew M. Blaine

    Interaction has been shown to be a key component to the success of online and blended learning, so it is crucial to understand how teachers and students perceive the interaction within online and... More

    pp. 31-43

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  4. Digital media for family-school communication? Parents' and teachers' beliefs

    Monica Macia Bordalba & Jordi Garreta Bochaca

    The use of digital media for parent-teacher communication is increasing. However, many parents and teachers are still reluctant to use such media to enhance two-way pedagogical communication... More

    pp. 44-62

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  5. Mindful learning: A mediator of mastery experience during digital creativity game-based learning among elementary school students

    Yu-chu Yeh, Han-Lin Chang & Szu-Yu Chen, Institute of Teacher Education, Taiwan

    With the mounting empirical evidence of the benefits of mindfulness, the researchers of the present study incorporated mindful learning in digital game-based learning of creativity. A two-phase... More

    pp. 63-75

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  6. Disengagement during lectures: Media multitasking and mind wandering in university classrooms

    Jeffrey D. Wammes, Yale University, United States; Brandon C.W. Ralph, University of Waterloo, Canada; Caitlin Mills, University of British Columbia, Canada; Nigel Bosch, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States; Tracy L. Duncan & Daniel Smilek, University of Waterloo, Canada

    In university classrooms, the use of laptops or smartphones for purposes unrelated to the lecture is on the rise. Consequently, it is important to understand how frequently this behavior occurs, to... More

    pp. 76-89

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