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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2002 Volume 26, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Transfer Effects of Semantic Networks on Expert Systems: Mindtools at Work

    Rose M. Marra & David H. Jonassen

    Discussion of computers as mindtools focuses on semantic networks and expert systems that help learners build a representation of what they know by designing their own knowledge bases. Describes a ... More

    pp. 1-23

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  2. Analysis of Computer-Mediated Communication: Using Formal Concept Analysis as a Visualizing Methodology

    Noriko Hara

    Introduces the use of Formal Concept Analysis (FCA) as a methodology to visualize the data in computer-mediated communication. Bases FCA on a mathematical lattice theory and offers visual maps ... More

    pp. 25-49

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  3. Learning from Home: Implementing Technical Infrastructure for Distributed Learning via Home-PC within Telenor

    Kristian Folkman & Zane L. Berge

    Presents results from a study conducted at Telenor, a Norwegian telecom operator, regarding the distribution of home personal computers to employees to encourage professional development outside... More

    pp. 51-66

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  4. Do Male Students Often Perform Better than Female Students when Learning Computers? A Study of Taiwanese Eighth Graders' Computer Education through Strategic and Cooperative Learning

    Meng-Jung Tsai

    This study of Taiwanese eight graders investigated the impacts of strategic learning, cooperative learning, and their combination on junior high school students' computer achievement, attitudes,... More

    pp. 67-85

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  5. The Contribution of Technology to the Implementation of Mathematics Education Reform: Case Studies of Grade 1-3 Teaching

    John A. Ross, Anne Hogaboam-Gray, Douglas McDougall & Cathy Bruce

    This case study of three primary grade teachers investigated how access to computers and math teaching software influenced mathematics education reform. Discusses technology as a strategy for... More

    pp. 87-104

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