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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2010 Volume 42, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Hermetic and Web Plagiarism Detection Systems for Student Essays--An Evaluation of the State-of-the-Art

    Tuomo Kakkonen & Maxim Mozgovoy

    Plagiarism has become a serious problem in education, and several plagiarism detection systems have been developed for dealing with this problem. This study provides an empirical evaluation of... More

    pp. 135-159

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  2. Effects of Online Testing on Student Exam Performance and Test Anxiety

    Jeffrey R. Stowell & Dan Bennett

    Increased use of course management software to administer course exams online for face-to-face classes raises the question of how well test anxiety and other emotions generalize from the classroom ... More

    pp. 161-171

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  3. Evaluation of Online Course Websites: Is Teaching Online a Tug-of-War?

    Lesley Hathorn & John Hathorn

    The need for an evaluation instrument for web-based, mainly asynchronous, course websites is necessary. An instrument was developed and tested to assess whether there was an appropriate checklist... More

    pp. 197-217

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