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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1997 Volume 16, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Artificial Tutoring Systems: What Computers Can and Can't Know

    Theodore W. Frick

    Maccia's epistemology of intelligent natural systems implies that computer systems must develop qualitative intelligence before knowledge representation and natural language understanding can be... More

    pp. 107-24

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  2. Guided Instruction in Logo Programming and the Development of Cognitive Monitoring Strategies Among College Students

    Mi Ok C. Lee & Ann Thompson

    Examines whether an approach to teaching Logo programming that directly guides college students in use of cognitive monitoring skills and the transfer of those skills leads to increased cognitive... More

    pp. 125-44

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  3. The Effect of a "Learner as Multimedia Designer" Environment on At-Risk High School Students' Motivation and Learning of Design Knowledge

    Min Liu & Keith Rutledge

    Examines the learning benefits of a learner-as-designer environment simulating a real-world multimedia production house and its impact on at-risk high school students. Students showed a significant... More

    pp. 145-77

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  4. An Instrument for Assessing the Learning Environment of a Computer Laboratory

    Michael Newby & Darrell Fisher

    Describes two instruments: one designed to assess students' perceptions of various aspects of their computer laboratory environments and the other to measure attitudes toward computers and... More

    pp. 179-90

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  5. Engaging Preservice Teachers in Hypermedia Authoring: Process and Outcomes

    Gail E. Fitzgerald, Laura Hardin & Candice Hollingsead

    Presents methods and outcomes of a semester-long course involving cooperative hypermedia authoring and instructional strategies for preservice teachers. Posttest findings revealed that participants... More

    pp. 191-207

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