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AACE Review (formerly AACE Journal)

July 2004 Volume 12, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Instructional Technologies in the World and Turkey (A Comparative Review)

    Salih Usun, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey

    The aim of this study is to review, comparatively, the applications on the instructional technologies (methods and media) in the World and Turkey; The study, first, introduces the instructional... More

    pp. 249-279

  2. Technology and Plagiarism in the University: Brief Report of a Trial in Detecting Cheating

    Rob Patton, Diane Johnson & Bruce Bimber, University of California, United States; Kevin Almeroth, UC Santa Barbara, United States; George Michaels, University of California, United States

    College students exploit information technology to cheat on papers and assignments, but for the most part university faculty employ few technological techniques to detect cheating. This paper... More

    pp. 281-299

  3. Peer-to-Peer Networks and Opportunities for Alignment of Pedagogy and Technology

    K. Martin Fletcher, Griffin University, Australia

    This article will first look past the hype at the broader technological list of existing and proposed strategies, which may be grouped under the umbrella of peer-to-peer, in terms of both... More

    pp. 301-313

  4. Starting from the End: Designing Instruction for Technology Skills

    Patricia Hardré, University of Oklahoma, United States

    Effective systematic design of instruction for teaching technology can be achieved by starting with end goals and working backward to building assessments, content, and context. This is so that... More

    pp. 315-330

  5. The Roles of Mentors in Electronic Learning Environments

    Shujen Chang, University of Houston-Clear Lake, United States

    This paper describes the roles of mentors to meet the need for mentors in electronic learning (eLearning) environments. The existing literature has documented factors impeding effective eLearning... More

    pp. 331-342

  6. The ABC’s of the K-12 Virtual Community (The Who, What and How for K-12 Teachers)

    Lori Coppa, Canon City High School, United States

    The course creator, not the course, empowers collaborative communities. Using the Internet to communicate without restraints due to place or time has allowed the quantity and quality of human... More

    pp. 343-347