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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

May 23, 2008 Volume 33, Number 3

Editors

Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Introducing laptops to children: An examination of ubiquitous computing in Grade 3 reading, language, and mathematics

    Robert Bernard, Edward Bethel, Philip Abrami, C Wade & C Wade

    This study examines the achievement outcomes accompanying the implementation of a Grade 3 laptop or so-called ubiquitous computing program in a Quebec school district. CAT-3 reading, language, and ... More

  2. Instructional Technology and Objectification

    Bekir Gur, David Wiley & David Wiley

    Objectification refers to the way in which everything (including human beings) is treated as an object, raw material, or resource to be manipulated and used. In this article, objectification refers... More

  3. “We just disagree:” Using deliberative inquiry to seek consensus about the effects of e-learning on higher education

    Jennifer Kelland, Heather Kanuka & Heather Kanuka

    Building on the results of a prior study, the purpose of this qualitative study was to further explore where there is agreement on the effects of e-learning technologies in higher education... More

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  4. Animating inquiry-based teaching in grade-school classrooms

    Shelly Kinash, University of Calgary; Shelley Kinash

    This paper describes interpretive empirical research with five teachers who: a) articulate their pedagogy as defined by an inquiry-based stance, b) use digital technologies within their teaching,... More

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  5. Preservice teachers’ preparedness to integrate computer technology into the curriculum

    Jelena Magliaro, Anthony Ezeife & Anthony Ezeife

    For Canada to compete effectively in the digital world, beginning teachers need to play an important role in integrating computer technology into the curriculum. Equipment and connectivity do not... More

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  6. Video-based multimedia designs: A research study testing learning effectiveness

    David Reiss & David Reiss

    This paper summarizes research conducted on three computer-based video models’ effectiveness for learning based on memory and comprehension. In this quantitative study, a two-minute video... More

  7. Online learning management systems (LMS) and sense of community: A pre-service practicum perspective

    Glenn Rideout, Robert Bruinsma, John Hull, Jacob Modayil & Jacob Modayil

    This paper examines the impact of the implementation of an online learning management system (LMS) on pre-service teachers during their major pre-service practicum. The LMS enabled students to... More

  8. Le discours des élèves du secondaire de la région Bas Saint-Laurent face à l’intégration des technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC) dans l’apprentissage /Lower St-Laurent area secondary school students’ discourse relative

    Bastien Sasseville & Bastien Sasseville

    Au moyen d'entrevues réalisées auprès d'élèves du secondaire, nous tentons de répondre, par l’analyse de leur discours, aux questions suivantes : Comment perçoivent-ils les TIC en classe? Sont... More

  9. “We just disagree:” Using deliberative inquiry to seek consensus about the effects of e-learning on higher education

    Jennifer Kelland & Heather Kanuka

    Building on the results of a prior study, the purpose of this qualitative study was to further explore where there is agreement on the effects of e-learning technologies in higher education... More

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