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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2006 Volume 34, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Creating and Sustaining Problem-Based Partnerships among Graduate, Undergraduate, and K-12 Learners: Opportunities and Challenges

    Joette Stefl-Mabry, Jennifer Goodall Powers & Carol Doll

    This article outlines a K-12 college learning partnership that has evolved over the past two years at the University at Albany, SUNY. Two faculty members with the School of Information Science &... More

    pp. 131-153

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  2. Design-Oriented Introduction of Nanotechnology into the Electrical and Computer Engineering Curriculum

    Donghwi Kim, Ridha Kamoua & Andrea Pacelli

    Nanoelectronics has the potential, and is indeed expected, to revolutionize information technology by the use of the impressive characteristics of nano-devices such as carbon nanotube transistors, ... More

    pp. 155-164

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  3. Enhancing Engineering Computer-Aided Design Education Using Lectures Recorded on the PC

    Roy T. R. McGrann

    Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) is a course that is required during the third year in the mechanical engineering curriculum at Binghamton University. The primary objective of the course is to... More

    pp. 165-175

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  4. Ideas Behind Computer Algebra and Their Use in the Classroom

    Arthur Nunes-Harwitt

    Computer algebra systems are being used more and more frequently in mathematics courses of all levels. For instructors to use these systems effectively, they need to have an idea of how the systems... More

    pp. 177-188

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  5. Integration of Available and New Technologies to Raise Student Understanding and Engagement

    Joanne Souza & Paul M. Bingham

    We integrate available and new technologies to strongly enhance student engagement in upper division undergraduate courses on human evolution and history. First, we use peer-mentored discussion... More

    pp. 189-198

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  6. Students' Learning Styles and Their Preferences for Online Instructional Methods

    Thomas J. Butler & Genevieve Pinto-Zipp

    In an attempt to serve online students' needs, several questions were asked: Is there a dominant learning style of students in online courses? Is there a preferred method of online instruction? Is ... More

    pp. 199-221

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  7. Syllabi as Cybergenre

    Paula San Millan Maurino

    Modern communication technologies continue to spawn new and transformed genres, but in the digital realm, distinctions between form, content, and medium are blurred. Confounding this issue is the... More

    pp. 223-240

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