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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2017 Volume 55, Number 7

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Augmented Reality Game-Based Learning: Enriching Students' Experience during Reading Comprehension Activities

    Hendrys Tobar-Muñoz, Silvia Baldiris & Ramon Fabregat

    Program for International Student Assessment results indicate that while reading comprehension needs to be promoted, teachers are struggling to find ways to motivate students to do reading... More

    pp. 901-936

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  2. The Effect of Pacing on Learners' Perceptions of Pedagogical Agents

    Noah L. Schroeder & Scotty D. Craig

    This study examined the influence of three levels of learner control on learners' perceptions when learning with a pedagogical agent. Pedagogical agents have shown promise for improving learning... More

    pp. 937-950

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  3. Perceived Learning and Students' Perceptions toward Using Tablets for Learning: The Mediating Role of Perceived Engagement among High School Students

    Tal Soffer & Efrat Yaron

    Integrating mobile technology in schools has become a growing trend in recent years. Studies suggest that the use of tablets has potential contributions for learning. The current study explored the... More

    pp. 951-973

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  4. Exploring Factors That Influence Technology-Based Distractions in Bring Your Own Device Classrooms

    Robin Kay, Daniel Benzimra & Jia Li

    Previous research on distractions and the use of mobile devices (personal digital assistants, tablet personal computers, or laptops) have been conducted almost exclusively in higher education. The ... More

    pp. 974-995

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  5. Using a Two-Stage System Evaluation Approach to Explore the New Adoption of an Information System in the Mobile Era

    Ruey-Shin Chen & I-Fan Liu

    Currently, e-learning systems are being widely used in all stages of education. However, it is difficult for school administrators to accurately assess the actual usage performance of a new system,... More

    pp. 996-1021

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  6. Evidence of an Intelligent Tutoring System as a Mindtool to Promote Strategic Memory of Expository Texts and Comprehension with Children in Grades 4 and 5

    Kausalai Wijekumar, Bonnie J. F. Meyer, Puiwa Lei, Weiyi Cheng, Xuejun Ji & R. M. Joshi

    Reading and comprehending content area texts require learners to effectively select and encode with hierarchically strategic memory structures in order to combine new information with prior... More

    pp. 1022-1048

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