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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

August 2012 Volume 28, Number 4


A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. One Mouse per Child: Interpersonal Computer for Individual Arithmetic Practice

    C Alcoholado, M Nussbaum, A Tagle, F Gomez, F Denardin, H Susaeta, M Villalta & K Toyama

    Single Display Groupware (SDG) allows multiple people in the same physical space to interact simultaneously over a single communal display through individual input devices that work on the same... More

    pp. 295-309

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  2. 1:1 Online Tuition--A Review of the Literature from a Pedagogical Perspective

    M Jopling

    This paper outlines the findings of a review that examined the literature around current practice in one-to-one online tuition in schools and higher education. It summarizes the purposes, contexts,... More

    pp. 310-321

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  3. Language Supports for Journal Abstract Writing across Disciplines

    H-C Liou, P-C Yang & J S. Chang

    Various writing assistance tools have been developed through efforts in the areas of natural language processing with different degrees of success of curriculum integration depending on their... More

    pp. 322-335

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  4. Higher Education Scholars' Participation and Practices on Twitter

    G Veletsianos

    Scholars participate in online social networks for professional purposes. In such networks, learning takes the form of participation and identity formation through engagement in and contribution to... More

    pp. 336-349

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  5. Measuring Flow Experience in an Immersive Virtual Environment for Collaborative Learning

    P van Schaik, S Martin & M Vallance

    In contexts other than immersive virtual environments, theoretical and empirical work has identified flow experience as a major factor in learning and human-computer interaction. Flow is defined as... More

    pp. 350-365

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  6. Understanding Mobile Learning from the Perspective of Self-Regulated Learning

    L Sha, C-K Looi, W Chen & B H. Zhang

    Cognizant of the research gap in the theorization of mobile learning, this paper conceptually explores how the theories and methodology of self-regulated learning (SRL), an active area in... More

    pp. 366-378

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  7. On the Design of Online Synchronous Assessments in a Synchronous Cyber Classroom

    K-J Chao, I-C Hung & N-S Chen

    Online learning has been rapidly developing in the last decade. However, there is very little literature available about the actual adoption of online synchronous assessment approaches and any... More

    pp. 379-395

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  8. Detecting Breakdowns in Local Coherence in the Writing of Chinese English Learners

    Y Wang, M Harrington & P White

    This paper introduces "CTutor", an automated writing evaluation (AWE) tool for detecting breakdowns in local coherence and reports on a study that applies it to the writing of Chinese L2 English... More

    pp. 396-410

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