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Journal of Educational Computing Research

Feb 01, 2004 Volume 31, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. An Integrated Analysis of Verbal and Nonverbal Interaction in Conventional and Distance Learning Environments

    Baruch Offir, Yossi Lev, Yael Lev, Ingrid Barth & Arkadi Shteinbok

    As increasing numbers of educational institutions implement distance learning (DL) programs, educators need to know how teaching and learning processes change when teachers and learners are no... More

    pp. 101-118

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  2. Building a Collaborative Online Learning Community: A Case Study in Hong Kong

    Lai Hung Auyeung

    This article reports on how a social sciences instructor teaching contemporary global issues implemented collaborative learning among students in a virtual environment. A substantial part of this... More

    pp. 119-136

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  3. Using the Internet to Develop Students' Capacity for Scientific Inquiry

    Ying-Shao Hsu

    In this study, an interactive process in a Web-based learning environment was planned for the cultivation of students' cooperative learning skills and capacity for scientific inquiry. Based on... More

    pp. 137-161

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  4. Is It the Technology or the Teacher? A Comparison of Online and Traditional English Composition Classes

    William Finlay, Christy Desmet & Lorraine Evans

    Recent reviews of the literature on distance learning have reached two general conclusions. First, students are about as satisfied with the quality of their education in distance-learning (DL)... More

    pp. 163-180

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  5. Scaffolding Critical Thinking in an Online Course: An Exploratory Study

    Priya Sharma & Michael Hannafin

    This study examined the influence of scaffolding on the development of critical thinking skills in an online course on Instructional Design. Data were collected through interviews and document... More

    pp. 181-208

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