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Educational Research in the Internet Age: Examining the Role of Individual Characteristics
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Educational Researcher Volume 30, Number 9, ISSN 0013-189X

Abstract

Examines relevant research from the educational technology and educational psychology literature that supports the need for more research into the relationship between learner characteristics (e.g., epistemological beliefs and self-regulatory skills) and performance in new learning environments, examining their implications for the use of computer-based technologies such as the World Wide Web. (SM)

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Hartley, K. & Bendixen, L.D. (2001). Educational Research in the Internet Age: Examining the Role of Individual Characteristics. Educational Researcher, 30(9), 22-26. Retrieved October 20, 2019 from .

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