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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1999 Volume 20, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Expert Internet Information Access

    James B. Carroll

    Expert users of the Internet were studied to identify the strategies they used to locate specific information. Participants' searching actions were recorded, including counts of each movement from ... More

    pp. 209-222

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  2. What Is Learned in an After-School Computer Club?

    Richard E. Mayer, Jill L. Quilici & Roxana Moreno

    An after-school computer club was developed in which language-minority children learned to master a series of educational computer games through reading instructions, interacting with peers, and... More

    pp. 223-35

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  3. An Integrative Model of Factors Related to Computing Course Performance

    John P. Charlton & Paul E. Birkett

    A path-modeling approach is adopted to examine interrelationships between factors influencing computing behavior and computer course performance. Factors considered are gender, personality,... More

    pp. 237-57

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  4. Using SimCPU in Cooperative Learning Laboratories

    Janet Mei-Chuen Lin, Cheng-Chih Wu & Hsi-Jen Liu

    Reports research findings of an experimental design in which cooperative-learning strategies were applied to closed-lab instruction of computing concepts. SimCPU, a software package specially... More

    pp. 259-77

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  5. The Use of Hypertext for Learning

    Friedrich W. Hesse & Dagmar C. Unz

    Outlines important issues to consider when analyzing navigation in hypertext. Identifies internal and external factors of learning and information seeking with hypertext, and presents a summary of ... More

    pp. 279-95

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