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Journal of Educational Technology & Society

2007 Volume 10, Number 4

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Number of articles: 23

  1. Design and Use of Collaborative Network Learning Scenarios: The DoCTA Experience

    Barbara Wasson

    In the Norwegian DoCTA and DoCTA NSS projects, we aimed to bring a theoretical perspective to the design of ICT-mediated learning environments that support the sociocultural aspects of human... More

    pp. 3-16

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  2. Dynamic Assessment and the "Interactive Examination"

    Anders Jonsson, Nikos Mattheos, Gunilla Svingby & Rolf Attstrom

    To assess own actions and define individual learning needs is fundamental for professional development. The development of self-assessment skills requires practice and feedback during the course of... More

    pp. 17-27

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  3. Participation in an Educational Online Learning Community

    Anders D. Olofsson

    This paper discusses the issue of learner participation in a net-based higher education course. With the starting point in recent educational policies formulated by the European Union and the... More

    pp. 28-38

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  4. Framing Work-Integrated E-Learning with Techno-Pedagogical Genres

    Lars Svensson & Christian Ostlund

    Distance Educational Practice is today supported by a range of information systems (IS) design theories. Still, there are surprisingly few strong pedagogical ideas and constructs that are... More

    pp. 39-48

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  5. Netlearning and Learning through Networks

    Mikael Wiberg

    Traditional non-computerized learning environments are typically founded on an understanding of learning as acquiring silence for an effective "individual learning process". Recently, it has also... More

    pp. 49-61

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  6. Anytime, Anywhere Learning Supported by Smart Phones: Experiences and Results from the MUSIS Project

    Marcelo Milrad & Daniel Spikol

    In this paper we report the results of our on-going activities regarding the use of smart phones and mobile services in university classrooms. The purpose of these trials was to explore and... More

    pp. 62-70

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  7. Structuring and Regulating Collaborative Learning in Higher Education with Wireless Networks and Mobile Tools

    Sanna Jarvela, Piia Naykki, Jari Laru & Tiina Luokkanen

    In our recent research we have explored possibilities to scaffold collaborative learning in higher education with wireless networks and mobile tools. The pedagogical ideas are grounded on concepts ... More

    pp. 71-79

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  8. Implementation of an Improved Adaptive Testing Theory

    Mansoor Al-A'ali

    Computer adaptive testing is the study of scoring tests and questions based on assumptions concerning the mathematical relationship between examinees' ability and the examinees' responses. Adaptive... More

    pp. 80-94

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  9. Measures of Partial Knowledge and Unexpected Responses in Multiple-Choice Tests

    Shao-Hua Chang, Pei-Chun Lin & Zih-Chuan Lin

    This study investigates differences in the partial scoring performance of examinees in elimination testing and conventional dichotomous scoring of multiple-choice tests implemented on a computer... More

    pp. 95-109

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  10. Standardization from below: Science and Technology Standards and Educational Software

    Kenneth R. Fleischmann

    Education in the United States is becoming increasingly standardized, with the standards being initiated at the national level and then trickling down to the state level and finally the local level... More

    pp. 110-117

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  11. Factors Influencing Junior High School Teachers' Computer-Based Instructional Practices Regarding Their Instructional Evolution Stages

    Ying-Shao Hsu, Hsin-Kai Wu & Fu-Kwun Hwang

    Sandholtz, Ringstaff, & Dwyer (1996) list five stages in the "evolution" of a teacher's capacity for computer-based instruction--entry, adoption, adaptation, appropriation and invention--which... More

    pp. 118-130

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  12. Analysis of Computer Teachers' Online Discussion Forum Messages about Their Occupational Problems

    Deniz Deryakulu & Sinan Olkun

    This study, using content analysis technique, examined the types of job-related problems that the Turkish computer teachers experienced and the types of social support provided by reciprocal... More

    pp. 131-142

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  13. The Learning Computer: Low Bandwidth Tool that Bridges Digital Divide

    Russell Johnson, Elizabeth Kemp, Ray Kemp & Peter Blakey

    This article reports on a project that explores strategies for narrowing the digital divide by providing a practicable e-learning option for the millions living outside the ambit of high... More

    pp. 143-155

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  14. Reliability and Validity of Authentic Assessment in a Web Based Course

    Raimundo Olfos & Hildaura Zulantay

    Web-based courses are promising in that they are effective and have the possibility of their instructional design being improved over time. However, the assessments of said courses are criticized... More

    pp. 156-173

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  15. Transforming Classroom Teaching & Learning through Technology: Analysis of a Case Study

    Rosa Maria Bottino & Elisabetta Robotti

    The paper discusses the results of a research project based on the field testing of a course aimed at developing arithmetic problem solving skills in primary school pupils. The course was designed ... More

    pp. 174-186

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  16. The Relationship of Kolb Learning Styles, Online Learning Behaviors and Learning Outcomes

    Hong Lu, Lei Jia, Shu-hong Gong & Bruce Clark

    This study focused on the relationship between Kolb learning styles and the enduring time of online learning behaviors, the relationship between Kolb learning styles and learning outcomes and the... More

    pp. 187-196

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  17. In an Economy for Reusable Learning Objects, Who Pulls the Strings?

    Tim Linsey & Christopher Tompsett

    It seems a foregone conclusion that repositories for reusable learning objects (RLOs), based on common standards and supported by suitable search facilities, will foster a global economic market in... More

    pp. 197-208

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  18. I Design; Therefore I Research: Revealing DBR through Personal Narrative

    Dave S. Knowlton

    Design Based Research (DBR) is a new and still-emerging approach to research about design, learning, and allied areas. This article reports one designer's experiences within a DBR project. Whereas ... More

    pp. 209-223

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  19. Artificial Intelligence Approach to Evaluate Students' Answerscripts Based on the Similarity Measure between Vague Sets

    Hui-Yu Wang & Shyi-Ming Chen

    In this paper, we present two new methods for evaluating students' answerscripts based on the similarity measure between vague sets. The vague marks awarded to the answers in the students'... More

    pp. 224-241

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  20. A Web-Based Educational Setting Supporting Individualized Learning, Collaborative Learning and Assessment

    Agoritsa Gogoulou, Evangelia Gouli, Maria Grigoriadou, Maria Samarakou & Dionisia Chinou

    In this paper, we present a web-based educational setting, referred to as SCALE (Supporting Collaboration and Adaptation in a Learning Environment), which aims to serve learning and assessment.... More

    pp. 242-256

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