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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2012 Volume 46, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Do One-to-One Initiatives Bridge the Way to 21st Century Knowledge and Skills?

    Deborah L. Lowther, Fethi A. Inan, Steven M. Ross & J Daniel Strahl

    This article presents findings from an investigation of the overall effectiveness of Michigan's Freedom to Learn (FTL) One-to-One initiative. The major goal of the FTL initiative was to help... More

    pp. 1-30

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  2. Effects of Special E-Learning Program on Hearing-Impaired Learners' Achievement and Perceptions of Basic Geometry in Lower Primary Mathematics

    Joel Kipkemboi Kiboss

    Achievement in mathematics is an issue of great concern not only to students and parents but also to employers and researchers in Kenya. This is because the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC... More

    pp. 31-59

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  3. Effects of Peer E-Feedback on Turkish EFL Students' Writing Performance

    Hatime Ciftci & Zeynep Kocoglu

    The present study investigated the effect of online peer feedback through blogs on Turkish EFL students' writing performance and their perceptions. Data were collected by using: a) Turkish EFL... More

    pp. 61-84

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  4. Factors Affecting the Use of an E-Learning Portal at University

    Juan-Gabriel Cegarra-Navarro & Francisco Javier Canovas Rodriguez

    Electronic learning (e-learning) portals can be defined as websites that store and present materials for online learning, training, performance assessment, and certification. Few, if any, studies... More

    pp. 85-103

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  5. An Examination of the Reciprocal Relationship of Loneliness and Facebook Use among First-Year College Students

    Lai Lei Lou, Zheng Yan, Amanda Nickerson & Robert McMorris

    College students are using social network sites such as Facebook to communicate with their families and friends. However, empirical evidence is needed to examine whether there exists a reciprocal... More

    pp. 105-117

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