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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2008 Volume 39, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Assessing Computer Use and Perceived Course Effectiveness in Post-Secondary Education in an American/Canadian Context

    Rana M. Tamim, Gretchen Lowerison, Richard F. Schmid, Robert M. Bernard, Philip C. Abrami & Christina Dehler

    The purpose of this research is to investigate the relationship between computer technology's role and students' perceptions about course effectiveness. Students from two universities (one Canadian... More

    pp. 221-234

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  2. Technology Adoption into Teaching and Learning by Mainstream University Faculty: A Mixed Methodology Study Revealing the "How, When, Why, and Why Not"

    Pam S. Nicolle & Yiping Lou

    This mixed methodology study was designed to examine the factors and the process by which mainstream university faculty members adopt and implement technology in teaching and learning. Data were... More

    pp. 235-265

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  3. The Effect of Home Computer Use on Jordanian Children: A Parental Perspective

    Omar M. Khasawneh & Hamed M. Al-Awidi

    The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of computer technology on Jordanian children from the perspectives of their parents. The sample of the study consisted of 127 participants. Each ... More

    pp. 267-284

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  4. The Digital Horserace: An Analysis of Differences in Student Computer Use across the States and across the Years

    Jonathan D. Becker

    Using the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Data Explorer, this analysis documents differences in student computer use across the states and across the years. A few noticeable... More

    pp. 285-312

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