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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2002 Volume 26, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Effects of Modeling Expert Cognitive Strategies during Problem-Based Learning

    Susan Pedersen & Min Liu

    Describes a study that examined the potential of a hypermedia-based expert tool to scaffold regular education sixth graders engaged in a problem-based learning program. Topics include cognitive... More

    pp. 353-80

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  2. Toward Developing Questionnaire Items To Measure Effectiveness of Computers in Teaching

    Ananda Mitra

    Reports on a longitudinal study of the effectiveness of computerizing a liberal arts university. Discusses problems of measurement when tracking changes in the educational outcome; and uses data... More

    pp. 381-94

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  3. Impacts of Personal Characteristics on Computer Attitude and Academic Users Information System Satisfaction

    Kee-Sook Lim

    Describes a study that evaluated the effects of computer experience, gender, and academic performance on computer attitude and user information system satisfaction in a university setting. Results ... More

    pp. 395-406

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  4. Comparing the Validity of Automated and Human Scoring of Essays

    Donald E. Powers, Jill C. Burstein, Martin S. Chodorow, Mary E. Fowles & Karen Kukich

    Discusses the validity of automated, or computer-based, scoring for improving the cost effectiveness of performance assessments and describes a study that examined the relationship of scores from a... More

    pp. 407-25

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  5. Teacher Knowledge of Educational Technology: A Case Study of Student/Mentor Teacher Pairs

    Jon Margerum-Leys & Ronald W. Marx

    Describes a study that explored the construct of teacher knowledge of educational technology based on Shulman's model of teachers' knowledge that included content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, ... More

    pp. 427-62

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