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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2001 Volume 24, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Competition within Computer-Assisted Cooperative Learning Environments: Cognitive, Affective, and Social Outcomes

    Fu-Yun Yu

    Examines the effects and implications of embedding the element of competition in computer-assisted cooperative learning situations on student cognitive, affective, and social outcomes. Results of... More

    pp. 99-117

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  2. Students' Perceptions of Technology Use in College Courses

    Thomas J. Shuell & Stacey L. Farber

    Describes a study that explored college students' perceptions of computer-based technology in a variety of academic disciplines and their perceptions of the effects this technology had on their... More

    pp. 119-38

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  3. Subject Matter as a Factor in Educational Computing by Teachers in International Settings

    Hussein M. Yaghi

    This study investigated the effects of subject and teaching experience on confidence in computing among teachers in Lebanese schools when using common computer software applications. Results showed... More

    pp. 139-54

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  4. Language Learning on the World Wide Web: An Investigation of EFL Learners' Attitudes and Perceptions

    Shu Ching Yang

    Describes the integration of Web resources as instructional and learning tools in an EFL (English as a Foreign Language) class in Taiwan. Highlights include challenges and advantages of using the... More

    pp. 155-81

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  5. Computer Attitudes and Opinions of Students with and without Learning Disabilities

    Rachel Brown-Chidsey, Mary Lynn Boscardin & Stephen G. Sireci

    Investigated the attitudes and opinions of students in grades five through 12 with and without learning disabilities regarding the use of computers for school-related work. Results of pre- and post... More

    pp. 183-204

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