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Journal of Educational Technology

2008 Volume 5, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. The Utilization of Proven Technology in the Effective Incorporation and Implementation of Interactive Media towards Educational and Presentation Strategies

    Sean M. Lennon & Jeffrey Byford

    The concept of a utilitarian and practical media package was developed primarily as a directive teaching tool for the classroom or educational setting though its versatility is by no means limited ... More

    pp. 1-6

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  2. Knowledge Harvesting: A Deep Probe into Organizational Values

    Hanan Yaniv

    This paper describes a methodology for harvesting knowledge within a professional development workshop in a large organization. Knowledge harvesting is a process aimed to (1) document every... More

    pp. 7-14

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  3. Development of Learning Resources to Promote Knowledge Sharing in Problem Based Learning

    Lorna Uden & Tom Page

    Problem Based Learning offers many benefits to students' learning, however, the design and implementation of effective problem based learning (PBL) is not trivial. Central to effective... More

    pp. 15-22

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  4. The Effects of Student Response System and Single Student Questioning Technique on Graduate Students' Recall and Application of Lecture Material

    Sara Bicard, David F. Bicard, Laura Baylot Casey, Clinton Smith, Esther Plank & Cort Casey

    This study was an empirical investigation of active student responding (ASR) utilizing a student response system (SRS) vs. single student questioning (SSQ) and no student responding in a graduate... More

    pp. 23-30

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  5. Effects of Animated Agents in Web-Based Instruction on Mathematics: Achievement and Attitudes toward Mathematics

    Anika W. Lodree, Joi L. Moore & Juan E. Gilbert

    This article summarizes a quantitative study of the effects of animated agents in web-based instruction (WBI) on mathematics achievement and attitudes toward mathematics in postsecondary education.... More

    pp. 31-37

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  6. Parameters for Successful Management of Cross Cultural Virtual Teams

    Evelyn Gullett & Karin Sixl-Daniell

    Virtual teams are a common phenomenon in organizations today. Universities are no exception to this trend and, in response, are offering class rooms without boundaries by introducing online... More

    pp. 49-58

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  7. Utilizing Assistive Technology in Inclusive Classrooms: Leaving No Child Without

    Jerrie Cobb Scout, Sandra Cooley-Nichols, Sabrina A. Brinson & Cheryl Legard

    Students those who are at-risk and with disabilities often benefit from strategically designed computer supported assignments and instruction. The proposed manuscript summarizes a research study... More

    pp. 59-65

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