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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1996 Volume 14, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Educational Software Architecture and Systematic Impact: The Promise of Component Software

    Jeremy Roschelle & James Kaput

    Examines the failure of current technology to meet education's flexible needs and points to a promising solution: component software architecture. Discusses the failure of stand-alone applications ... More

    pp. 217-28

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  2. Paired Keyboards as a Tool for Internet Exploration of Third Grade Students

    Joseph M. Peters

    A third grade class served as subjects of this study on the use of paired keyboards attached to a single microcomputer as a means to facilitate Internet exploration. A collaborative environment... More

    pp. 229-42

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  3. Student Participation, Interaction, and Regulation in a Computer-Mediated Communication Environment: A Qualitative Study

    Lorena F. Ruberg

    Based on classroom observation, interviews, and student and teacher surveys, this study examined student interaction and participation within a computer-mediated communication (CMC) environment in ... More

    pp. 243-68

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  4. A Study of Word Processing Experience and Its Effects on Student Essay Writing

    Edward W. Wolfe

    Investigates how word processing experience influences tenth grade student performance on a writing assessment. Examines factors influencing a student's decision about using word processors for... More

    pp. 269-83

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  5. Applying Standard Network Analysis to Hypermedia Systems; Implications for Learning

    Hermann Astleitner & Detlev Leutner

    Describes how the structure of hypermedia systems can be represented by a simple matrix which is the basis for applying standard techniques of network analysis, and demonstrates the potential... More

    pp. 285-303

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