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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1996 Volume 14, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Toward Understanding Student Differences in a Computer Skills Course

    Philip A. Houle

    Describes a study that examined various characteristics of undergraduate students enrolled in a computer skills course. Variables considered include gender, college major, high school computer... More

    pp. 25-48

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  2. Relative Perceptibility of HyperCard Buttons Using Pictorial Symbols and Text Labels

    Kira S. King

    This experimental study used graduate student participants to investigate the comparative perceptibility of hypertext navigation buttons in various configurations, using pictorial symbols and text ... More

    pp. 67-81

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  3. Classroom Dynamics: The Impact of a Technology-Based Curriculum Innovation on Teaching and Learning

    Ellen B. Mandinach & Hugh F. Cline

    Discusses the systems thinking approach that uses microcomputer-based simulations and modeling to enhance teaching and learning activities in middle school and high school instruction. Particular... More

    pp. 83-102

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