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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1996 Volume 15, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Issues of Educational Uses of the Internet: Power and Criticism in Communications and Searching

    Judy M. Iseke-Barnes

    Examines preservice teachers' interactions with the Internet in searching for information and in communications. Discusses embodied computing, user "domination and silencing,""brotherhoods" on the ... More

    pp. 1-23

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  2. Mathematics Computer Software Characteristics with Possible Gender-Specific Impact: A Content Analysis

    Kelly K. Chappell

    Analyzes, as a function of grade level, the representation of gender, competition, and violence in 17 top-selling software programs designed for mathematics education. Results indicate that mean... More

    pp. 25-35

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  3. The Influence of Computer Communication Skills on Participation in a Computer Conferencing Course

    John A. Ross

    Examines how students with weak computer-mediated communication (CMC) skills fare in CMC courses that require high levels of peer interaction. Subjects were 11 male and 4 female inservice teachers.... More

    pp. 37-52

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  4. Gender, Computer-Assisted Learning, and Anxiety: With a Little Help from a Friend

    Joel Cooper & Jeff Stone

    Examines the effects of group gender composition and the use of nonverbal computer mediated communication on performance and motivation following a biology lesson which used a computer image of a... More

    pp. 67-91

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