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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2006 Volume 34, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Validation of the Business Computer Self-Efficacy Scale: Assessment of the Computer Literacy of Incoming Business Students

    Paul Stephens

    The business computer self-efficacy (BCSE) scale is potentially an important tool for researchers studying business students and professionals, but it needs to be validated for use. Content... More

    pp. 29-46

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  2. Computer Usage and Reading in Elementary Schools: A Cross-Cultural Study

    Shu-Ling Lai, Tai-Shent Chang & Renmin Ye

    This study uses international data to investigate computer use situations in elementary school reading classes and the impacts of computer usage on students' reading performance across 15 countries... More

    pp. 47-66

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  3. Extending the Traditional Classroom through Online Discussion: The Role of Student Motivation

    Kui Xie, Teresa K. Debacker & Catherine Ferguson

    Two studies addressed students' motivation and participation in an online discussion board which was part of a traditional lecture-based course. The discussion board represented an external... More

    pp. 67-89

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  4. Addressing the Nets for Students through Constructivist Technology Use in K-12 Classrooms

    Dale S. Niederhauser & Denise L. Lindstrom

    The National Educational Technology Standards for Students promote constructivist technology use for K-12 students in U.S. schools. In this study, researchers reported on 716 cases in which... More

    pp. 91-128

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