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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2010 Volume 42, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Effects of Technology Immersion on Teachers' Growth in Technology Competency, Ideology, and Practices

    Kelly Shapley, Daniel Sheehan, Catherine Maloney & Fanny Caranikas-Walker

    In the study of the Technology Immersion model, high-need middle schools were "immersed" in technology by providing laptops for each teacher and student, instructional and learning resources,... More

    pp. 1-33

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  2. The Effects of Mind Mapping with Cooperative Learning on Programming Performance, Problem Solving Skill and Metacognitive Knowledge among Computer Science Students

    Mohd Nasir Ismail, Nor Azilah Ngah & Irfan Naufal Umar

    The purpose of the study is to investigate the effects of mind mapping with cooperative learning (MMCL) and cooperative learning (CL) on: (a) programming performance; (b) problem solving skill; and... More

    pp. 35-61

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  3. Factors Influencing Pupils' Acceptance of an E-Learning System for Secondary Schools

    Helmut Felix Friedrich & Aemilian Hron

    The present study aims at investigating which factors are significant for pupils' acceptance of an E-Learning system introduced into secondary schools. The E-Learning system consisted of... More

    pp. 63-78

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  4. Tablet Personal Computer Integration in Higher Education: Applying the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use Technology Model to Understand Supporting Factors

    Mark Moran, Mark Hawkes & Omar El Gayar

    Many educational institutions have implemented ubiquitous or required laptop, notebook, or tablet personal computing programs for their students. Yet, limited evidence exists to validate... More

    pp. 79-101

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  5. Differential Effects of Web-Based and Paper-Based Administration of Questionnaire Research Instruments in Authentic Contexts-of-Use

    Patricia L. Hardre, H Michael Crowson & Kui Xie

    Questionnaire instruments are routinely translated to digital administration systems; however, few studies have compared the differential effects of these administrative methods, and fewer yet in... More

    pp. 103-133

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