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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2002 Volume 26, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Measure Development: The Children's Attitudes toward Technology Scale (CATS)

    Catherine G. Frantom, Kathy E. Green & Eleanor R. Hoffman

    This study describes the development of the Children's Attitude toward Technology Scale (CATS) with 574 children in a rural school district. Discuses differences between elementary and middle... More

    pp. 249-63

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  2. Quality Technology Support: What Is It? Who Has It? and What Difference Does It Make?

    Sara L. Dexter, Ronald E. Anderson & Amy M. Ronnkvist

    Defines quality technology support for teachers as consisting of access to one-on-one personal guidance and help; teacher participation in technology-oriented professional support among peers;... More

    pp. 265-85

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  3. An Exploration of Learning Ability Transition and Material Information

    Wu-Yuin Hwang, Rong-Luen Shiu, Shing-Ling Wu & Chia-Chin Li

    Investigates the related characteristics of asynchronous learning material used for distance education and Web-based instruction and proposes a material characteristics model. Discusses the... More

    pp. 301-24

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  4. Cooperation and Collaboration Using Computer-Mediated Communication

    Lesley G. Hathorn & Albert L. Ingram

    Describes a study of graduate distance education students that defined and measured collaboration during asynchronous computer-mediated communication using a threaded Web discussion. Developed a... More

    pp. 325-47

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