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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2001 Volume 25, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Knowledge Maps and Their Use in Computer-Based Collaborative Learning Environments

    William A. Kealy

    Conceptual learning of 13 graduate students was studied during a six-week course using the Internet for collaborative learning of online articles. Five groups were formed with each creating a... More

    pp. 325-49

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  2. How Do Students Participate in Synchronous and Asynchronous Online Discussions?

    Gayle V. Davidson-Shivers, Lin Y. Muilenburg & Erica J. Tanner

    Investigates how graduate students participated in online discussions over a two-week period to determine the utility of synchronous and asynchronous modes of discussion. Types and amounts of... More

    pp. 351-66

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  3. Computer Attitudes as a Function of Age, Gender, Math Attitude, and Developmental Status

    Susan Evans Jennings & Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie

    Examines whether the variables of age, gender, attitudes toward mathematics, and student type are significantly related to four dimensions of computer attitude: anxiety, confidence, liking, and... More

    pp. 367-84

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  4. Effective Use of Computer Aided Instruction in Secondary Schools: A Causal Model of Institutional Factors and Teachers' Roles

    Hock-Hai Teo & Kwok-Kee Wei

    Examines the impact of contextual factors on teachers' roles and teachers' roles in contributing to the effective use of computer-aided instruction in Singapore's secondary schools. A path modeling... More

    pp. 385-415

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  5. Effects of Administering Feedback Following Extended Problem Solving

    Andrew S. Gibbons, Daniel J. Robertson, Joel R. Duffin & Ben Thompson

    Reports the results of research on effects of detailed feedback on problem solving within a computer-based simulation. Participants were 54 undergraduate students. Results indicated highest... More

    pp. 417-26

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  6. Effects of Overviews and Computer Experience on Learning from Hypertext

    Jonathan D. Brinkerhoff, James D. Klein & Carol M. Koroghlanian

    Examines effects of overview mode and computer experience on achievement, attitude and instructional time in a hypertext learning environment. Results indicated participants with high computer... More

    pp. 427-40

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  7. Electronic Networks and Systemic School Reform: Examining the Diverse Roles and Functions of Networked Technology in Changing School Environments

    Judith Davidson, Elizabeth McNamara & Cathy Miles Grant

    Presents findings from a three-year qualitative study of the implementation of networked technology in a K-12 cluster of four schools. Findings showed that truly networked schools possess a unique ... More

    pp. 441-54

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