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AACE Review (formerly AACE Journal)

October 2008 Volume 16, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Looking Forward to Look Backward: Technology and King Arthur

    Jennifer D.E. Thomas, Martha Driver & Jean F. Coppola, Pace University, United States; Barbara A. Thomas, Westchester Community College, United States

    This article discusses students' perceptions of the impact of technology integration in an interdisciplinary medieval English literature and multimedia course on developing higher-order thinking... More

    pp. 367-383

  2. Gender Differences in Japanese College Students’ Participation in a Qualitative Study

    Douglass J. Scott, Waseda University, Japan

    Lincoln and Guba (1985) reminded us that a qualitative study can change midcourse, taking the researcher into areas of inquiry they did not anticipate at the beginning. This case study was... More

    pp. 385-404

  3. Educational Technology Funding Models

    Amy E. Mark, University of Mississippi, United States

    Library and cross-disciplinary literature all stress the increasing importance of instructional technology in higher education. However, there is a dearth of articles detailing funding for library ... More

    pp. 405-424

  4. Cognitive Load Theory and the Role of Learner Experience: An Abbreviated Review for Educational Practitioners

    Anthony R., Jr. Artino, University of Connecticut, United States

    The purpose of this review is to provide educational practitioners with a brief overview of cognitive load theory (CLT) and its major implications for learning. To achieve this objective, the... More

    pp. 425-439

  5. What We Know About the Impacts of WebQuests: A Review of Research

    Jason Abbitt, Miami University, United States; John Ophus, University of Northern Iowa, United States

    This article examines the body of research investigating the impacts of the WebQuest instructional strategy on teaching and learning. The WebQuest instructional strategy is often praised as an... More

    pp. 441-456

  6. Learning in Technology: Reconceptualizing Immersive Environments

    P.G. Schrader, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, United States

    Traditional models of technology integration can be classified into three general categories or perspectives: (a) learning about, (b) from, or (c) with technology. However, the increase in... More

    pp. 457-475