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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1991 Volume 7, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. A Comparison of Four Computer Attitude Scales

    Janice E. J. Woodrow

    Examines and compares the characteristics of four computer attitude scales: (1) Stevens'"Computer Survey"; (2) Reece and Gable's "Attitudes toward Computers"; (3) Gressard and Loyd's "Computer... More

    pp. 165-87

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  2. Examining the Effects of Questioning on Thinking Processes with a Computer-Based Exercise

    Ching-Pyng Shiang & Ernest McDaniel

    Describes a study that used a computer as a research tool to investigate the role of questioning in the way information is used and interpreted. The effects of self-generated questions, external... More

    pp. 203-17

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  3. Learning with Computers in Small Groups: Cognitive and Affective Outcomes

    Zemira R. Mevarech

    Examines the effects of cooperative and individualistic computer-assisted instruction (CAI) programs on cognitive and affective variables in Israeli grade six mathematics classes. Analyses of the... More

    pp. 233-43

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