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Journal of Computing in Higher Education

March 2005 Volume 16, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Developmental Research Methods: Creating Knowledge from Instructional Design and Development Practice

    Rita C. Richey & James D. Klein

    The purpose of this article is to provide direction to those entertaining a developmental research project. There are two categories of developmental research, both of which are examined here. The ... More

    pp. 23-38

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  2. Using Experimental Methods in Higher Education Research

    Steven M. Ross, Gary R. Morrison & Deborah L. Lowther

    Experimental methods have been used extensively for many years to conduct research in education and psychology. However, applications of experiments to investigate technology and other... More

    pp. 39-64

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  3. Using Qualitative Research Methods in Higher Education

    Wilhelmina C. Savenye & Rhonda S. Robinson

    Researchers investigating issues related to computing in higher education are increasingly using qualitative research methods to conduct their investigations. However, they may have little training... More

    pp. 65-95

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  4. Design Research: A Socially Responsible Approach to Instructional Technology Research in Higher Education

    Thomas C. Reeves, Jan Herrington & Ron Oliver

    Design research has grown in importance since it was first conceptualized in the early 90s, but it has not been adopted for research in instructional technology in higher education to any great... More

    pp. 96-115

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