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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1999 Volume 21, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Teachers' Conceptions of the Internet and the World Wide Web: A Representational Toolkit as a Model of Expertise

    James A. Levin, Matthew J. Stuve & Michael J. Jacobson

    To examine the role of teachers' conceptual representations of the Internet and World Wide Web, a survey and 10 case studies were conducted among pre- and in-service teachers enrolled in university... More

    pp. 1-23

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  2. Adapting Work Simulations for Schools

    Michel Ferrari, Roger Taylor & Kurt VanLehn

    Analyzes computer-based simulations of workplaces to determine potential problems that might impede their use in school-to-work programs. Simulations were classified according to type and critiqued... More

    pp. 25-53

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  3. Integration of Electronic Mail into Schools

    Eric N. Wiebe

    Examines the introduction of electronic mail into three elementary schools. A contingency model of technology adoption by organizations was used to develop the instruments and interpret results.... More

    pp. 55-73

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  4. Predictors of Teachers' Confidence in Their Ability To Implement Computer-based Instruction

    John A. Ross, Anne Hogaboam-Gray & Lynne Hannay

    Investigates the effect of selected personal, school, and district factors on K-3 teachers' confidence in their ability to implement computer-based instruction before and after an infusion of... More

    pp. 75-97

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  5. A Fuzzy Student Modeling with Two Intelligent Agents

    Mu-Jung Huang

    A new fuzzy student modeling method with two intelligent agents, a diagnosis agent and a learning agent, are suggested by this article for several aspects of student modeling in Intelligent... More

    pp. 99-113

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