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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2006 Volume 34, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Neomillennial User Experience Design Strategies: Utilizing Social Networking Media to Support "Always On" Learning Styles

    Derek E. Baird & Mercedes Fisher

    Raised in the "always on" world of interactive media, the Internet, and digital messaging technologies, today's student has different expectations and learning styles than previous generations.... More

    pp. 5-32

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  2. Blended Learning: Understanding the Middle Ground between Traditional Classroom and Fully Online Instruction

    Jan Welker & Lisa Berardino

    Blended learning is any combined use of electronic learning tools that supplement but do not replace face-to-face learning. This article is about how two researchers are trying to comfortably and... More

    pp. 33-55

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  3. An Evaluation of On-Line Assignment Submission, Marking, and Return

    Stuart Palmer

    Technology has made a significant impact on assessment, including its use to automate assignment submission. On-line assignment submission, marking, and return were introduced into a fourth-year... More

    pp. 57-67

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  4. Learning to See Differently: Viewing Technology Diffusion in Teacher Education through the Lens of Organizational Change

    Yu-Mei Wang & Jerry Patterson

    While the discussion on the topic of technology diffusion in teacher education primarily centers on course design, program development, and faculty technology training, this article explores... More

    pp. 69-82

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  5. Using Computer-Based Technology to Determine Emergent Classroom Discipline Styles in Preservice Teacher Education

    Seungyoun Lee & Jack V. Powell

    Problems related to disruptive behaviors of children in schools continue to be a topic of public debate and empirical inquiry among teachers and researchers across America. Although this problem is... More

    pp. 83-110

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  6. Identifying Measures of Student Behavior from Interaction with a Course Management System

    George M. Nickles

    The purpose of this work is to identify process measures of student interaction with a course management system (CMS). Logs maintained by Web servers capture aggregate user interactions with a... More

    pp. 111-126

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