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Journal of Educational Technology & Society

2006 Volume 9, Number 1

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Number of articles: 25

  1. Turkish Prospective Teachers' Perceptions regarding the Use of Computer Games with Educational Features

    Gulfidan Can & Kursat Cagiltay

    Teachers' perceptions are critical to the success or failure of integrating computer games with educational features into classrooms. Consequently, it is essential to gather information about... More

    pp. 308-321

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  2. Automatic Speech Recognition: Reliability and Pedagogical Implications for Teaching Pronunciation

    In-Seok Kim

    This study examines the reliability of automatic speech recognition (ASR) software used to teach English pronunciation, focusing on one particular piece of software, "FluSpeak, as a typical example... More

    pp. 322-334

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  3. On the Emergence of New Computer Technologies

    Olumuyiwa Sunday Asaolu

    This work presents a review of the development and application of computers. It traces the highlights of emergent computing technologies shaping our world. Recent trends in hardware and software... More

    pp. 335-343

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  4. Designing Metacognitive Maps for Web-Based Learning

    Miyoung Lee & Amy L. Baylor

    This paper provides guidelines for designing metacognitive maps in web-based learning environments. A metacognitive map is a visual interface-based tool that supports metacognition throughout the... More

    pp. 344-348

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  5. Content Classification and Context-Based Retrieval System for E-Learning

    Ankush Mittal, Pagalthivarthi V. Krishnan & Edward Altman

    A recent focus in web based learning systems has been the development of reusable learning materials that can be delivered as personalized courses depending of a number of factors such as the user'... More

    pp. 349-358

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