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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

October 2007 Volume 23, Number 5

Editors

A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Online or Face-to-Face? Experimenting with Different Techniques in Teacher Training

    Manuela Delfino & D Persico

    This paper illustrates a 5-year case study (from 2001 to 2005) regarding a course in educational technology that involved from 100 to 150 student teachers per year for a total of more than 500... More

    pp. 351-365

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  2. A Formative Analysis of How Preservice Teachers Learn to Use Technology

    Robin Kay

    A comprehensive, formal comparison of strategies used by preservice teachers to learn how to use new technology has yet to be researched. Understanding the relative strengths and weakness of... More

    pp. 366-383

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  3. Learners' Evaluation of a Navigation Support Tool in Distance Education

    Catherine Bolman, C Tattersall, W Waterink, J Janssen, B van den Berg, R van Es & R Koper

    This article investigates the usability of a navigation support tool, which guides learners by generating advice on the next best step to take in a self-study e-learning course. The article draws... More

    pp. 384-392

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  4. Gender-Related Differences in Computer-Mediated Communication and Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

    F R. Prinsen, M L. L. Volman & J Terwel

    A question associated with the introduction of computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) is whether all participants profit equally from working in CSCL environments. This article reports on... More

    pp. 393-409

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  5. The Effects of Scaffolded Computerized Science Problem-Solving on Achievement Outcomes: A Comparative Study of Support Programs

    Z Fund

    This study examined the effect of scaffolding learning components in a computerized environment, for students solving qualitative science problems in a simulation of laboratory experiments. Four... More

    pp. 410-424

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  6. Making Sense of Epistemic Categories: Analysing Students' Use of Categories of Progressive Inquiry in Computer Mediated Collaborative Activities

    H C. Arnseth & R Saljo

    The topic of this article concerns how students make sense of categories of progressive inquiry made available to them through a discussion and inquiry type of software called Future Learning... More

    pp. 425-439

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  7. What Added Value Does a 1:1 Student to Laptop Ratio Bring to Technology-Supported Teaching and Learning?

    Matt Dunleavy, S Dexter & W F. Heinecke

    The purpose of this study was to document typical use and configuration of 1:1 computing in two schools focusing on the added value and unique challenges these uses present. A qualitative case... More

    pp. 440-452

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