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Computers in the Schools

2009 Volume 26, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Reading Performances between Novices and Experts in Different Media Multitasking Environments

    Lin Lin, Tip Robertson & Jennifer Lee

    This experimental study investigated connections between subject expertise and multitasking ability among college students. One hundred thirty college students participated in the study.... More

    pp. 169-186

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  2. The Use and Efficacy of Handheld Computers for School-Based Data Collection: A Literature Review

    Tufan Adiguzel, Kimberly J. Vannest & Ronald D. Zellner

    Given the increasing influence of technology and the explosion in data collection demands, the acceptance and assimilation of new paradigms and technologies require today's educators, researchers, ... More

    pp. 187-206

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  3. Conative Feedback in Computer-Based Assessment

    Anastasios A. Economides

    Feedback is an important educational tool that can support learning and assessment. This article describes types of conative feedback that can support the student's conation, will, volition, or... More

    pp. 207-223

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  4. Computer Use and Academic Development in Secondary Schools

    Sang Min Lee, William Brescia & Dan Kissinger

    Several studies provide preliminary evidence that computer use is positively related to academic performance; however, no clear relationship has yet been established. Using a national database, we ... More

    pp. 224-235

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