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Journal of Educational Computing Research

Jan 01, 2004 Volume 31, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Learning Ecologies for Technological Fluency: Gender and Experience Differences

    Brigid Barron

    The concern with a "digital divide" has been transformed from one defined by technological access to technological prowess--employing technologies for more empowered and generative uses such as... More

    pp. 1-36

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  2. The Effects of Cad-Like Software on the Spatial Ability of Middle School Students

    Maria Shavalier

    This study investigated whether the software Virtus WalkThrough Pro could be used to enhance middle school children's spatial ability as measured by the Paper Folding, Mental Rotations, and Eliot... More

    pp. 37-49

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  3. Speed and Performance Differences among Computer-Based and Paper-Pencil Tests

    Shawn M. Bodmann & Daniel H. Robinson

    This study investigated the effect of several different modes of test administration on scores and completion times. In Experiment 1, paper-based assessment was compared to computer-based... More

    pp. 51-60

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  4. Slide Composition for Electronic Presentations

    Ronald B. Larson

    Instructors who use computer-generated graphics in their lectures have many options to consider when developing their presentations. Experts give different advice on which typefaces, background and... More

    pp. 61-76

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