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Journal of Research on Technology in Education

2004 Volume 36, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Educator Attitudes Toward Electronic Grading Software

    Nicholas J. Migliorino & Jeffrey Maiden

    An instrument was administered to a sample of educators in two suburban school districts in the Midwestern United States. The purpose was to gauge the attitudes toward electronic grade book systems... More

    pp. 193-212

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  2. Teacher Beliefs About Educational Software: A Delphi Study

    Diana L. Williams, Randall Boone & Karla V. Kingsley

    A Delphi method was used to determine the extent to which current educational software was meeting the needs of teachers; as well as what changes needed to occur in educational software to make it ... More

    pp. 213-229

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  3. Teacher Dispositions as Predictors of Classroom Technology Use

    Rachel A. Vannatta & Nancy Fordham

    This study examined various teacher dispositions that predict technology use among K-12 teachers. The Teacher Attribute Survey was administered to 177 K-12 teachers from six Northwest Ohio schools.... More

    pp. 253-271

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  4. Digital Unity and Digital Divide: Surveying Alumni to Study Effects of a Campus Laptop Initiative

    Seth Finn & John G. Inman

    This research study assessed the effects of an information technology initiative on undergraduates at a Western Pennsylvania college. A random sample of alumni from the classes of 1997, 1998, and... More

    pp. 297-317

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