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Journal of Educational Technology & Society

2009 Volume 12, Number 3

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Number of articles: 22

  1. Self-Regulation, Goal Orientation, and Academic Achievement of Secondary Students in Online University Courses

    Julia M. Matuga

    This study investigated the self-regulation, goal orientation, and academic achievement of 40 secondary students who completed online university courses in the sciences. Students were enrolled in... More

    pp. 4-11

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  2. Gender Differences in Self-Regulated Online Learning Environment

    Erman Yukselturk & Safure Bulut

    This study analyzed gender differences in self-regulated learning components, motivational beliefs and achievement in self-regulated online learning environment. Sample of the study consisted of... More

    pp. 12-22

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  3. Visualisation of Interaction Footprints for Engagement in Online Communities

    Christian Glahn, Marcus Specht & Rob Koper

    Contextualised and ubiquitous learning are relatively new research areas that combine the latest developments in ubiquitous and context aware computing with educational approaches in order to... More

    pp. 44-57

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  4. Self-Development of Competences for Social Inclusion Using the TENCompetence Infrastructure

    Amelie Louys, Davinia Hernandez-Leo, Judith Schoonenboom, Ruud Lemmers & Mar Perez-Sanagustin

    This paper describes a pilot study centred on the technology-enhanced self-development of competences in lifelong learning education carried out in the challenging context of the Association of... More

    pp. 70-81

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  5. Middle Years Students' Use of Self-Regulating Strategies in an Online Journaling Environment

    Chris Campbell

    This study investigated boys' capacity for self regulation in a Year 8 classroom at a regional secondary college in the state of Victoria, Australia. This was an exploratory descriptive study that ... More

    pp. 98-106

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  6. Introducing Live ePortfolios to Support Self Organised Learning

    Thomas Kirkham, Sandra Winfield, Angela Smallwood, Kirstie Coolin, Stuart Wood & Louis Searchwell

    This paper presents a platform on which a new generation of applications targeted to aid the self-organised learner can be presented. The new application is enabled by innovations in trust-based... More

    pp. 107-114

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  7. Effects of the ISIS Recommender System for Navigation Support in Self-Organised Learning Networks

    Hendrik Drachsler, Hans Hummel, Bert van den Berg, Jannes Eshuis, Wim Waterink, Rob Nadolski, Adriana Berlanga, Nanda Boers & Rob Koper

    The need to support users of the Internet with the selection of information is becoming more important. Learners in complex, self-organising Learning Networks have similar problems and need... More

    pp. 115-126

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  8. Analysis of Peer Interaction in Learning Activities with Personal Handhelds and Shared Displays

    Chen-Chung Liu, Chen-Wei Chung, Nian-Shing Chen & Baw-Jhiune Liu

    Collaborative learning is extensively applied in classroom activities, but the screens on handheld devices are designed for individual-user mobile applications and may constrain interaction among... More

    pp. 127-142

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  9. Reflections of Students in Their Use of Asynchronous Online Seminars

    Mark Groves & John O'Donoghue

    This paper reports on research that has been carried out into the use, process, and effectiveness of an asynchronous online seminar within an undergraduate sports studies degree programme.... More

    pp. 143-149

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  10. An Analysis of the Technology Acceptance Model in Understanding University Students' Behavioral Intention to Use e-Learning

    Sung Youl Park

    Many universities implement e-learning for various reasons. It is obvious that the number of e-learning opportunities provided by higher educational institutes continues to grow in Korea. Yet... More

    pp. 150-162

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  11. Priorities in K-12 Distance Education: A Delphi Study Examining Multiple Perspectives on Policy, Practice, and Research

    Kerry Rice

    The Delphi Method of group communication was used with experienced distance education stakeholders in the United States from the areas of research, policy, and practice to identify priorities in K-... More

    pp. 163-177

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  12. A Review of Case-Based Learning Practices in an Online MBA Program: A Program-Level Case Study

    Seung-hee Lee, Jieun Lee, Xiaojing Liu, Curtis J. Bonk & Richard J. Magjuka

    This study examines how a case-based learning approach was used and facilitated in online business education. Perceptions of students and instructors regarding the practices of case-based learning ... More

    pp. 178-190

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  13. Construction and Evaluation of Animated Teachable Agents

    Bobby Bodenheimer, Betsy Williams, Mattie Ruth Kramer, Karun Viswanath, Ramya Balachandran, Kadira Belynne & Gautam Biswas

    This article describes the design decisions, technical approach, and evaluation of the animation and interface components for an agent-based system that allows learners to learn by teaching.... More

    pp. 191-205

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  14. The Transformational Promise of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) for the Professional Education of Architects

    Tsungjunag Wang

    The ever-expanding use of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) is especially significant to professional education in relatively isolated nations such as Taiwan. Interaction with... More

    pp. 206-213

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  15. Learning with Technology: Using Discussion Forums to Augment a Traditional-Style Class

    Zuhrieh Shana

    There is considerable evidence that using technology as an instructional tool improves student learning and educational outcomes (Hanna & de Nooy, 2003). In developing countries, pre-university... More

    pp. 214-228

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  16. A Study of Multi-Representation of Geometry Problem Solving with Virtual Manipulatives and Whiteboard System

    Wu-Yuin Hwang, Jia-Han Su, Yueh-Min Huang & Jian-Jie Dong

    In this paper, the development of an innovative Virtual Manipulatives and Whiteboard (VMW) system is described. The VMW system allowed users to manipulate virtual objects in 3D space and find clues... More

    pp. 229-247

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  17. Design and Implementation of an Object Oriented Learning Activity System

    Huan-Yu Lin, Shian-Shyong Tseng, Jui-Feng Weng & Jun-Ming Su

    With the development of e-learning technology, many specifications of instructional design have been proposed to make learning activity sharable and reusable. With the specifications and sufficient... More

    pp. 248-265

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  18. A Multimedia English Learning System Using HMMs to Improve Phonemic Awareness for English Learning

    Yen-Shou Lai, Hung-Hsu Tsai & Pao-Ta Yu

    This paper proposes a multimedia English learning (MEL) system, based on Hidden Markov Models (HMMs) and mastery theory strategy, for teaching students with the aim of enhancing their English... More

    pp. 266-281

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  19. Learning with E-Lectures: The Meaning of Learning Strategies

    Tanja Jadin, Astrid Gruber & Bernad Batinic

    Video-based e-lectures offer interactive learning and more vivid and personalized forms of self-regulated learning. Participants (N = 28) learned from either a video-based e-lecture with... More

    pp. 282-288

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  20. Classroom E-Science: Exposing the Work to Make It Work

    Hilary Smith, Joshua Underwood, Geraldine Fitzpatrick & Rosemary Luckin

    Engaging students in science learning can be challenging, and incorporating new forms of technology into science has been shown to provide creative learning experiences. However most technology... More

    pp. 289-308

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