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Journal of Educational Technology

2008 Volume 4, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Strategies to Integrate Web Videoconferencing Software into an Online Counselor Education Course

    Dawn Lorraine McBride & Paul M. Muhlbach

    This article outlines how a web based video conferencing system (Marratech) was used in a graduate online counselor education course as part of a blended online graduate degree in Counseling. Since... More

    pp. 1-8

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  2. Improving Learning with Constructivist Technology Tools

    Melodee Landis

    This article traces the development of the constructivist theory of teaching and learning, overviews the research that links technology to constructivism and highlights some of the teaching and... More

    pp. 9-15

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  3. Fishing for Learning with a Podcast Net

    Jace Hargis, Kathleen Schofield & David Wilson

    Communicating through the internet has quickly evolved from email, listservs, discussion boards, instant messaging, blogging and now to podcasting. Many of these communication tools have been... More

    pp. 33-38

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  4. Teaching Digital Natives: 3-D Virtual Science Lab in the Middle School Science Classroom

    Teresa J. Franklin

    This paper presents the development of a 3-D virtual environment in Second Life for the delivery of standards-based science content for middle school students in the rural Appalachian region of... More

    pp. 39-47

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  5. New Desktop Virtual Reality Technology in Technical Education

    Lynna J. Ausburn & Floyd B. Ausburn

    Virtual reality (VR) that immerses users in a 3D environment through use of headwear, body suits, and data gloves has demonstrated effectiveness in technical and professional education. Immersive... More

    pp. 48-61

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