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Computers & Education

July 2019 Volume 136, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Student enrollment, motivation and learning performance in a blended learning environment: The mediating effects of social, teaching, and cognitive presence

    Kris M.Y. Law, School of Engineering, Australia; Shuang Geng, Department of Management Science, China; Tongmao Li, Department of Business Administration, China

    This study investigated the effects of student enrolment and learning motivation on learning performance in a blended learning setting at the university level with social, teaching, and learning... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. When it comes to MOOCs, where you are from makes a difference

    Bahaa G. Gameel, The University of South Florida St. Petersburg, United States; Karin Gwinn Wilkins, The University of Texas at Austin, United States

    Millions of learners have enrolled in MOOCs in the last few years. However, little is known about the essential skills students need to succeed in MOOCs. Even less is known about how country of... More

    pp. 49-60

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  3. Student learning in higher education through blogging in the classroom

    Elaine Garcia, University of Law Business School Online, United Kingdom; Jonathan Moizer, Faculty of Business, United Kingdom; Stephen Wilkins, Faculty of Business & Law, United Arab Emirates; Mohamed Yacine Haddoud, Faculty of Business, United Kingdom

    In the last decade, there has been a significant increase in the range of social media tools that have become available. Despite reports of successful adoption in the higher education classroom,... More

    pp. 61-74

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  4. Does the use of educational technology in personalized learning environments correlate with self-reported digital skills and beliefs of secondary-school students?

    Regina Schmid, Institute for Media and Schools, Switzerland; Dominik Petko, Institute of Education, Switzerland

    In order to develop 21st-century skills, especially with respect to digital technologies, students are supposed to know how to use digital technologies for learning and problem solving. In recent... More

    pp. 75-86

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  5. Tracking e-learning through published papers: A systematic review

    Helena Rodrigues, Filomena Almeida, Vanessa Figueiredo & Sara L. Lopes, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa (ISCTE-IUL), Portugal

    Electronic learning (e-learning) is a broader approach to learning that brings new opportunities for learning and teaching in many fields of education far from the traditional classroom environment... More

    pp. 87-98

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  6. Reading behavior and the effect of embedded selfies in role-playing picture e-books: An eye-tracking investigation

    Gloria Yi-Ming Kao & Xin-Zhi Chiang, Graduate Institute of Digital Learning and Education; Tom Foulsham, Department of Psychology, United Kingdom

    Digital and interactive media platforms, such as e-books, are becoming important tools in reading and education. In particular, picture e-books can embed multimedia effects such as sound, animation... More

    pp. 99-112

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  7. Online learning usage within Yemeni higher education: The role of compatibility and task-technology fit as mediating variables in the IS success model

    Osama Isaac, Faculty of Business and Accountancy, Malaysia; Adnan Aldholay, Faculty of Business Management and Professional Studies, Malaysia; Zaini Abdullah, Faculty of Business Management, Malaysia; T. Ramayah, School of Management, Malaysia

    The practice of online learning can appreciably enhance administrative, communicative, and educational qualities, support learning using scarce resources and limited infrastructure, and encourage... More

    pp. 113-129

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