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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2005 Volume 33, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Teacher Knowledge and a New Domain of Expertise: Pedagogical Technology Knowledge

    Shannon M. Guerrero

    Although the content and nature of teachers' practical and theoretical knowledge has continued to evolve since the mid to late 1970s, current conceptualizations of teacher knowledge do not... More

    pp. 249-267

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  2. Measuring Virtual Student-Student Cooperation: A Case Study on the Evaluation of Cooperative Learning in a Virtual Distributed Computer and Law Course

    Bernhard Nett

    This article demonstrates the evaluation of a German Computer and Law (C&L) seminar, which has been conducted in an experimental, distributed manner with five institutes co-operating. The... More

    pp. 269-284

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  3. Students' Perceived Ease of Use of an eLearning Management System: An Exogenous or Endogenous Variable?

    Cheng-Chang Pan, Stephen Sivo, Glenda Gunter & Richard Cornell

    Five factors affecting student use of an eLearning management system in two Web-enhanced hybrid undergraduate courses are investigated using the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). This research... More

    pp. 285-307

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  4. Web-Based Tutorials for Teaching Introductory Statistics

    Nancy Gourash Bliwise

    Interactive Web-based tutorials were developed as a supplement to lectures in an introductory statistics class. A quasi-experimental design compared learning outcomes of students who attended one... More

    pp. 309-325

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  5. The Impact of Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Communities on High School Students' Knowledge Building, Strategic Learning, and Perceptions of the Classroom

    Duane F. Shell, Jenefer Husman, Jeannine E. Turner, Deborah M. Cliffel, Indira Nath & Noelle Sweany

    Across two years, we examined the effects of teachers' attempts to implement computer supported collaborative learning (CSCL) communities in classrooms in two high schools on students' knowledge... More

    pp. 327-349

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