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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2000 Volume 22, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Influence of Navigation Map Scope on Disorientation of Elementary Students in Learning a Web-based Hypermedia Course

    Chiung-Hui Chiu & Fu-Ming Wang

    Examines the optimal scope for the navigation map in hypermedia courseware. Compares the influence of the scope of the navigation map on disorientation of participants, 146 fifth-grade students.... More

    pp. 135-44

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  2. Gender Differences in Computer Attitude among Ninth-Grade Students

    Djordje Kadijevich

    Examines male and female high school students' attitudes toward computers in relation to gender and computer experience. Findings revealed: males showed a more positive attitude toward computers... More

    pp. 145-54

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  3. Bringing Together Technology and Students: Examining the use of Technology in a Project-based Class

    David M. Moss

    Examines how technology was utilized within a student-centered project-based class, as well as students' beliefs about their technology use. Findings indicated teachers and students held differing ... More

    pp. 155-69

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  4. Electronic Homework

    Fong-Lok Lee & Rex M. Heyworth

    Outlines conditions that should be present in an electronic tutoring system, and describes the Electronic Homework system. Discusses the modules contained in the system's two main components--the... More

    pp. 171-86

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  5. The Efficacy of a Low-Level Program Visualization Tool for Teaching Programming Concepts to Novice C Programmers

    Philip A. Smith & Geoffrey I. Webb

    Describes "Glass-box Interpreter" a low-level program visualization tool called Bradman designed to provide a conceptual model of C program execution for novice programmers and makes visible... More

    pp. 187-215

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  6. Audio and Text Density in Computer-based Instruction

    Carol M. Koroghlanian & Howard J. Sullivan

    Investigates the effects of audio and text density on the achievement, time-in-program, and attitudes of 134 undergraduate students. Data concerning pre-existing computer skills/experience and... More

    pp. 217-30

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