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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1994 Volume 11, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Non-Speech Sound in Human-Computer Interaction: A Review and Design Guidelines

    James Hereford & William Winn

    Reviews research on uses of computer sound and suggests how sound might be used effectively by instructional and interface designers. Topics include principles of interface design; the perception... More

    pp. 211-33

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  2. The Computer Attitude Scale: Assessing Changes in Teachers' Attitudes toward Computers

    Raymond C. Kluever

    Describes a study that investigated the reliability, factorial validity, and fit to a unidimensional model of the Computer Attitude Scale based on pretests and posttests from 265 teachers who... More

    pp. 251-61

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  3. Adaptive Feedback in Computer-Based Instruction: Effects of Response Certitude on Performance, Feedback-Study Time, and Efficiency

    Edna H. Mory

    Describes a study of undergraduates that compared the effects of response-certitude adaptive and nonadaptive feedback in a computer-based lesson of verbal information and defined concept tasks.... More

    pp. 263-90

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