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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2013 Volume 48, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A Study of Online Misrepresentation, Self-Disclosure, Cyber-Relationship Motives, and Loneliness among Teenagers in Taiwan

    Chiao Ling Huang & Shu Ching Yang

    The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships between online misrepresentation (OM), self-disclosure (SD), cyber-relationship motives (CRM), and loneliness in teenagers. A survey... More

    pp. 1-18

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  2. Using "Second Life" as a Virtual Collaborative Tool for Preservice Teachers Seeking English for Speakers of Other Languages Endorsement

    Deoksoon Kim & Rebecca J. Blankenship

    This study evaluated preservice teachers' professional-knowledge transformation while they participated in simulated professional-development activities via a "Second Life" virtual classroom--an... More

    pp. 19-43

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  3. Self-Regulated Learning: A Key of a Successful Learner in Online Learning Environments in Thailand

    Buncha Samruayruen, Judith Enriquez, Onjaree Natakuatoong & Kingkaew Samruayruen

    This study identified five effective self-regulated learning (SRL), investigated the correlation of demographic information and SRL, and measured significant predictor of prior experiences on SRL. ... More

    pp. 45-69

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  4. Modeling Key Drivers of E-Learning Satisfaction among Student Teachers

    Timothy Teo & Su Luan Wong

    This study explored the key drivers of student teachers' e-learning satisfaction. Three hundred and eighty-seven participants completed a survey questionnaire measuring their self-reported... More

    pp. 71-95

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  5. Constructs of Student-Centered Online Learning on Learning Satisfaction of a Diverse Online Student Body: A Structural Equation Modeling Approach

    Fengfeng Ke & Dean Kwak

    The present study investigated the relationships between constructs of web-based student-centered learning and the learning satisfaction of a diverse online student body. Hypotheses on the... More

    pp. 97-122

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