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Journal of Educational Computing Research

Jan 01, 2004 Volume 30, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. An Effective Model for Rapid Skills Acquisition through a Simulation-Based Integrated Learning Environment

    Aimee M. Boyd & Melinda L. Jackson

    This article discusses the effectiveness of a theoretical-based integrated learning environment (ILE) for training non-traditional learners to perform the skills required to be successful in entry-... More

    pp. 1-21

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  2. The Non-Neutrality of Technology: A Theoretical Analysis and Empirical Study of Computer Mediated Communication Technologies

    Yong Zhao, Maria Jose Alvarez-Torres, Bryan Smith & Hueyshan Sophia Tan

    Arguing against the common perception of technology as passive, neutral, and universal, this article presents a theoretical analysis of a commonly used and frequently studied technology--Computer... More

    pp. 23-55

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  3. Personality Interactions and Scaffolding in On-Line Discussions

    E Michael Nussbaum, Kendall Hartley, Gale M. Sinatra, Ralph E. Reynolds & Lisa D. Bendixen

    The potential of on-line discussions to prompt greater reflection of course material is often stymied by a tendency of students to agree with one another rather than to formulate counter-arguments.... More

    pp. 113-136

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  4. Self-Regulated Learning in Web-Based Environments: Instructional Tools Designed to Facilitate Cognitive Strategy Use, Metacognitive Processing, and Motivational Beliefs

    Douglas F. Kauffman

    This study investigated strategies teachers can use to improve students' use of self-regulated learning strategies in a Web-based setting. SRL is defined as a learner's intentional efforts to... More

    pp. 139-161

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