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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1997 Volume 17, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Psycho-Social Processes and Cognitive Effects of Peer-Based Collaborative Interactions with Computers

    Jihn-Chang J. Jehng

    Discussion of peer-based collaborative learning focuses on two related studies: a micro-structure comparative analysis of students' psycho-social behaviors in computer-based collaborative learning ... More

    pp. 19-46

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  2. Problems, Philosophy, and Motivation: Trail Blazing Instructors for the Digital Frontier

    Matthew Dirks

    Describes a qualitative research study of innovative instructors who use the Internet to deliver college courses. Topics include teacher motivation, problems encountered, philosophies toward... More

    pp. 47-65

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  3. Evidence for the Reliability and Factorial Validity of the "Computer Game Attitude Scale."

    Kelly K. Chappell & Catherine S. Taylor

    Describes the development of the Computer Game Attitude Scale (CGAS) which evaluates student attitudes toward educational computer games and is based on the Computer Attitude Scale. Results of a... More

    pp. 67-77

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