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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2018 Volume 55, Number 8

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Investigating the Impact of Cognitive Style on Multimedia Learners' Understanding and Visual Search Patterns: An Eye-Tracking Approach

    Han-Chin Liu

    Multimedia students' dependence on information from the outside world can have an impact on their ability to identify and locate information from multiple resources in learning environments and... More

    pp. 1053-1068

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  2. Interactive Virtual and Physical Manipulatives for Improving Students' Spatial Skills

    Oai Ha & Ning Fang

    An innovative educational technology called interactive virtual and physical manipulatives (VPM) is developed to improve students' spatial skills. With VPM technology, not only can students touch... More

    pp. 1088-1110

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  3. Constructing an Affective Tutoring System for Designing Course Learning and Evaluation

    Cheng-Hung Wang & Hao-Chiang Koong Lin

    Computers and the Internet are indispensable in modern life. Increasingly useful digital environments and technological developments have reshaped models of knowledge acquisition. Studies on the... More

    pp. 1111-1128

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  4. Online K-12 Teachers' Perceptions and Practices of Supporting Self-Regulated Learning

    Yeol Huh & Charles M. Reigeluth

    With growing interest in and popularity of online learning and lifelong learners, students' ability to be engaged in self-regulated learning (SRL) has become more important. Moreover, online... More

    pp. 1129-1153

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  5. Using an Interactive Online Quiz to Recalibrate College Students' Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions about Phishing

    Evan K. Perrault

    Despite improved spam filtering technology, phishing continues to be a prevalent threat for college students. The current study found that approximately 4-in-10 of the students surveyed (N = 462)... More

    pp. 1154-1167

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  6. ICT for Children of Immigrants: Indirect and Total Effects via Self-Efficacy on Math Performance

    Sunha Kim

    This study compared the direct, indirect, and total effects of information, communication, and technology (ICT) variables on math achievement for second-generation immigrant, first-generation... More

    pp. 1168-1200

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