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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2003 Volume 28, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Online University: Who Are Its Students and How Are They Unique?

    Christian Mattes, Robert J. Nanney & Mary Coussons-Read

    Examines relationships between student personality and choice of traditional on-campus or online college classes. Data show differences in personality, age, and computer experience between online... More

    pp. 89-102

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  2. Heuristic and Formative Evaluation: A Case Study Illustration of a New Technique

    Heidi L. Schnackernberg, Kevin Chin & Rocci J. Luppincini

    Evaluates an interactive, instructional Web site that teaches the basic tenets of human performance technology. The methodology, based on a combination of heuristic and formative evaluation... More

    pp. 103-25

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  3. The Effects of Web Page Design Instruction on Computer Self-Efficacy of Preservice Teachers and Correlates

    Li-Li Chu

    Tests the effects of Web page design instruction on improving computer self-efficacy of preservice teachers. Various computer experiences, including weekly computer use, weekly Internet use, and... More

    pp. 127-42

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  4. Bridging the Gender Gap in Computing: An Integrative Approach to Content Design for Girls

    Kathleen-M Lynn, Chad Raphael, Karin Olefsky & Christine M. Bachen

    Proposes that to bridge today's gender gap in computing, prior approaches need to integrate appeals to girls' traditional and nontraditional interests, and focus content more clearly on learning... More

    pp. 143-62

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  5. Finding and Building the Joinable Society

    Gaea Leinhardt & Judith McQuaide

    Reports the results of research that examined ways in which a computer simulation of a banking workplace influenced high schoolstudents' general knowledge and understanding about the world of work.... More

    pp. 163-88

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