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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1995 Volume 13, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. A Meta-analysis of the Effects of Feedback in Computer-Based Instruction

    Roger Azevedo & Robert M. Bernard

    Presents results of a meta-analysis conducted on the literature concerning the effects of feedback on learning from computer-based instruction. Effect size, analysis of variance, multiple... More

    pp. 111-27

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  2. Promoting Better Choices: Effects of Strategy Training on Achievement and Choice Behavior in Learner-Controlled CBI

    Anju Relan

    Describes a study of 107 sixth graders that investigated the effects of learning strategy training intervention and the incorporation of learner control on achievement, learning efficiency, and... More

    pp. 129-49

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  3. Computerized Adaptive Testing: Tracking Candidate Response Patterns

    Mary E. Lunz & Betty Bergstrom

    Describes a study that was conducted to track the effect of candidate response patterns on a computerized adaptive test. The effect of altering responses on estimated candidate ability, test... More

    pp. 151-62

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  4. Learner Interaction in a Computer-Based Instructional Lesson

    William D. Milheim

    This exploratory study of graduate students attempts to quantify some of the interactions that take place between learners and a computer-based instructional lesson teaching basic memory skills.... More

    pp. 163-72

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  5. Equity Issues in the Star Schools Distance Learning Program

    Naida C. Tushnet & Treseen Fleming-McCormick

    Discussion of the Star Schools distance-learning program focuses on equity issues that were addressed in a national evaluation. Service to elementary and secondary school students in remote rural... More

    pp. 173-83

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  6. An Empirical Investigation of CBI in Support of Mastery Learning

    Ali R. Montazemi & Feng Wang

    Describes research that investigated the effectiveness of computer-based instruction (CBI) in support of mastery learning based on a study of 333 undergraduate students who used a CBI system called... More

    pp. 185-205

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