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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2005 Volume 33, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Motivating Ill-Structured Problem Solving in a Web-Based Peer-Group Learning Environment: A Learning-Goal Perspective

    Hae-Deok Song

    Motivation effort is one of the critical components that enable students to engage in the process of ill-structured problem solving. This article chronicles the development and evaluation of a... More

    pp. 351-367

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  2. Identifying Teacher, School, and District Characteristics Associated with Middle and High School Teachers' Use of Technology: A Multilevel Perspective

    Laura M. O'Dwyer, Michael Russell & Damian Bebell

    Investment in educational technology has increased rapidly in recent years and many observers have begun to question whether, and how technology is being used as a teaching and learning tool. In... More

    pp. 369-393

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  3. Realizing Outdoor Independent Learning with a Butterfly-Watching Mobile Learning System

    Yuh-Shyan Chen, Tai-Chien Kao & Jang-Ping Sheu

    In this article, we describe the development of a mobile butterfly-watching learning (BWL) system to realize outdoor independent learning for mobile learners. The mobile butterfly-watching learning... More

    pp. 395-417

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  4. Inquiry into the Practices of Expert Courseware Designers: A Pragmatic Method for the Design of Effective Instructional Systems

    Kurt Rowley

    A multi-stage study of the practices of expert courseware designers was conducted with the final goal of identifying methods for assisting non-experts with the design of effective instructional... More

    pp. 419-450

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