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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2001 Volume 24, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Motives of Adolescents To Use the Internet as a Function of Personality Traits, Personal and Social Factors

    Uwe Wolfradt & Jorg Doll

    This study investigated the relation between personality traits (Five Factor Model), personal factors (innovativeness and self-efficacy), social factors (expectations or relevant reference groups),... More

    pp. 13-27

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  2. An Examination of the Equivalence between Non-Adaptive Computer-based and Traditional Testing

    B Jean Mason, Marc Patry & Daniel J. Berstein

    Discussion of adapting traditional paper and pencil tests to electronic formats focuses on a study of undergraduates that examined the equivalence between computer-based and traditional tests when ... More

    pp. 29-39

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  3. An Investigation of Teacher-Student Interpersonal Behavior in Science Classrooms Using Laptop Computers

    Stolarchuk & Darrell Fisher

    Describes a study of Australian independent schools that assessed the use of laptop computers in science classrooms in grades eight and nine. Highlights include students' perceptions of teachers'... More

    pp. 41-55

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  4. On Test and Computer Anxiety: Test Performance under CAT and SAT Conditions

    Mark D. Shermis, Howard R. Mzumara & Scott T. Bublitz

    This study of undergraduates examined differences between computer adaptive testing (CAT) and self-adaptive testing (SAT), including feedback conditions and gender differences. Results of the Test ... More

    pp. 57-75

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  5. Online Education: An Exploratory Study into Success Factors

    Thierry Volery

    Presents an exploratory study of a Web-based distance education course at an Australian university. Identifies factors associated with teaching effectiveness in online delivery: the technology used... More

    pp. 77-92

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