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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2006 Volume 34, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Development and Testing of "Math Insight" Software

    Andrew A. Zucker

    Computers running appropriate software hold great promise for teaching and learning mathematics. To this end, SRI International developed an integrated, computer-based problem solving environment... More

    pp. 371-386

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  2. Partnering Prospective and Practicing Teachers to Create Technology-Supported Learning Opportunities for Students

    Qing Li, Mark Guy, Mary Baker & Jodi Holen

    In this article, we argue that it is possible to design pre-service education courses to enhance both pre- and in-service teachers' understanding of technology and emerging of e-pedagogy.... More

    pp. 387-399

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  3. Are We Using Technology for Learning?

    Gretchen Lowerison, Jennifer Sclater, Richard F. Schmid & Philip C. Abrami

    This study investigated the role that computer technology plays in transforming the learning process in higher education. Specifically, we looked at the relationship between computer-technology use... More

    pp. 401-425

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  4. Statistics at a Distance: Technological Tools, Learning, and Design Features for Today's Modern Course

    Jamie D. Mills & Yuejin Xu

    The purpose of this article is to present a theoretical framework of learning and to develop a pedagogical (TTRACE) model that might be useful to teachers teaching statistics online or at a... More

    pp. 427-446

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  5. Electronic Nursing Notes: A Case Study on Interdisciplinary Collaboration

    Elizabeth V. Howard & Janet Teets

    In an interdisciplinary collaboration between the Computer & Information Technology (CIT) and Nursing (NSG) Departments at the Middletown and Hamilton regional campuses of Miami University (of Ohio... More

    pp. 447-459

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  6. The Effects of Web-Based American Music, Lyrics, Definitions, and Explanations on Taiwanese ESL Learners

    Robert E. Beasley & Yuangshan Chuang

    The purpose of this investigation was to determine the effects of American music, lyrics, vocabulary definitions, and song explanations during online music study on listening comprehension,... More

    pp. 461-471

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