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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2001 Volume 24, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. A Taxonomy of Student Engagement with Educational Software: An Exploration of Literate Thinking with Electronic Text

    Robert L. Bangert-Drowns & Curtis Pyke

    Examines instances of "high" literacy, literate thinking, among elementary school students working with common computer software during their normal school day. Seven forms of engagement emerged to... More

    pp. 213-34

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  2. A Delphi Study of Educational Telecollaborative Projects: Identifying Critical Elements and Obstacles

    Alan R. Buss

    The Delphi technique was used to gather information from a panel of seven experts of collaborative educational telecommunications projects about successful elements of these projects as well as... More

    pp. 235-48

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  3. Test Anxiety and Test Performance: Comparing Paper-based and Computer-Adaptive Versions of the Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) General Test

    Donald E. Powers

    Tests the hypothesis that the introduction of computer-adaptive testing may help to alleviate test anxiety and diminish the relationship between test anxiety and test performance. Compares a sample... More

    pp. 249-73

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  4. Integrating Computers in Elementary Grade Classroom Instruction-Analyses of Teachers' Perceptions in Present and Preferred Situations

    Smita Guha

    Explores 149 elementary school teachers' personal experiences with instructional computing and the role of computers they would like to see in classroom instruction. Teachers' responses to a survey... More

    pp. 275-303

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  5. A System To Assess the Semantic Content of Student Essays

    Benoit Lemaire & Philippe Dessus

    Describes Apex (Assistant for Preparing Exams), a tool for evaluating student essays based on their content. By comparing an essay and the text of a given course on a semantic basis, the system can... More

    pp. 305-20

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