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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2007 Volume 36, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Past Research in Instructional Technology: Results of a Content Analysis of Empirical Studies Published in Three Prominent Instructional Technology Journals from the Year 2000 through 2004

    Khe Foon Hew, Ugur Kale & Nari Kim

    This article reviews and categorizes empirical studies related to instructional technology that were published in three prominent journals: "Educational Technology Research and Development,... More

    pp. 269-300

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  2. Assessing the Success Rate of Students Using a Learning Management System Together with a Collaborative Tool in Web-Based Teaching of Programming Languages

    Nadire Cavus & Dogan Ibrahim

    The development of collaborative studies in learning has led to a renewed interest in the field of Web-based education. In this experimental study a highly interactive and collaborative virtual... More

    pp. 301-321

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  3. Experiential Learning Methods, Simulation Complexity and Their Effects on Different Target Groups

    Annette Kluge

    This article empirically supports the thesis that there is no clear and unequivocal argument in favor of simulations and experiential learning. Instead the effectiveness of simulation-based... More

    pp. 323-349

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  4. Feature Masking in Computer Game Promotes Visual Imagery

    Glenn Gordon Smith, Jim Morey & Edwin Tjoe

    Can learning of mental imagery skills for visualizing shapes be accelerated with feature masking? Chemistry, physics fine arts, military tactics, and laparoscopic surgery often depend on mentally... More

    pp. 351-372

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