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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1995 Volume 13, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Reliability and Validity of the Hebrew Version of the Bath County Computer Attitude Scale

    Yaacov J. Katz

    Reports on the development of the Hebrew language translation of the Bath County Computer Attitude Scale among a sample of 339 undergraduate students in Israel. The data support the reliability and... More

    pp. 237-44

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  2. Audience Awareness in Technology-Mediated Environments

    Joan K. Gallini & Neal Helman

    Describes a study of fifth graders interacting with their teacher, local, and distant peers over a telecommunications network, that focused on how the information exchanges impacted students'... More

    pp. 245-61

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  3. Course Structure Effects on Students' Computer Anxiety, Confidence and Attitudes

    Roy M. Bohlin & Nancy P. Hunt

    Describes a study that investigated the effects of course structure variables, including course length and course frequency, on the computer anxiety, confidence, and attitudes of pre- and inservice... More

    pp. 263-70

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  4. Gender Differences in Computer Education: A Costa Rican Case Study

    Brad R. Huber & Richard Scaglion

    Describes a time allocation study that was designed to determine how two types of teachers spent their time regarding gender differences in a primary school computer laboratory in Costa Rica.... More

    pp. 271-304

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