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The Effects of Computer-Presented Feedback on Learning from Computer-Based Instruction: A Meta-Analysis
Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association 1995 (Jul 09, 1995)
A quantitative research synthesis (meta-analysis) was conducted on the literature concerning the effects of feedback on learning from computer-based instruction (CBI). Despite the widespread acceptance of feedback in computerized instruction,...
Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 1999 (1999) pp. 1876–1882
Over the last two decades, the growth of the Internet has truly been staggering. Electronic communities have flourished as hardware, software, and network infrastructures have become more accessible, more affordable, and simpler to use. In education,...
Technology Integration in Postsecondary Education: A Summary of Findings of a Series of Meta-Analytical Research
EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2015 (Jun 22, 2015) pp. 1764–1774
Although the overall research literature on the application of educational technologies to classroom instruction tends to favor their use over their non-use these results vary considerably depending on what kind of technology is used, who it is used ...
Achievement and attitudes in technology-supported postsecondary education: Complexity of relationships through the lens of meta-analysis
EdMedia + Innovate Learning 2018 (Jun 25, 2018) pp. 1994–2003
One-hundred and forty-three paired achievement and attitudinal effect sizes from a meta-analysis of technology use in postsecondary education were subjected to correlational analyses to explore patterns of association between learning satisfaction...
The Effects of Synchronous and Asynchronous Distance Education: A Meta-Analytical Assessment of Simonson's "Equivalency Theory"
Annual Meeting of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology 2004 (October 2005)
Simonson, Schlosser and Hanson (1999) argue that a new theory called "equivalency theory" is needed to account for the unique features of the "teleconferencing" (synchronous) model of DE that is prevalent in many North American universities. Based...
World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2007 (Oct 15, 2007) pp. 1987–1992
As technology use in education increases, interest in and implementations of ubiquitous computing initiatives have also increased. One-to-one laptop initiatives have sprung up throughout North America at the school, district, and state or province...