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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2008 Volume 36, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Using Web-Based Software to Enhance Student Learning of Analytical and Critical Skills

    Cecilie Goodrich

    Web-based sites such as WebCT/Blackboard are useful for faculty and generally appreciated by students. This article describes the results in a hybrid course of the addition of specialized Web-based... More

    pp. 247-253

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  2. Instructor Modeling and Online Question Prompts for Supporting Peer-Questioning During Online Discussion

    Ikseon Choi, Susan M. Land & Alfred Turgeon

    This study investigates how the combination of instructor modeling and question prompts for peer-questioning influences students' online questioning and answering activities. Fourteen students in a... More

    pp. 255-275

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  3. The Effect of the Integration of Computing Technology in a Science Curriculum on Female Students' Self-Efficacy Attitudes

    Donna Cady & Steven R. Terrell

    Females are underrepresented in technology-related careers and educational programs; many researchers suggest this can be traced back to negative feelings of computer self-efficacy developed as... More

    pp. 277-286

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  4. Equity in Math and Science: A Technology-Supported Teaching and Learning Model

    Qing Li

    In this article, I propose a technology-supported teaching and learning model that aims to bridge the gender gap identified in areas such as mathematics and science. Further, this model promotes... More

    pp. 287-295

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  5. Teaching Engineering Statistics with Technology, Group Learning, Contextual Projects, Simulation Models and Student Presentations

    Jorge Luis Romeu

    This article discusses our teaching approach in graduate level Engineering Statistics. It is based on the use of modern technology, learning groups, contextual projects, simulation models, and... More

    pp. 297-304

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  6. Teacher Technology Use and Student Evaluations: The Moderating Role of Content Area

    Nancy E. Frye & Michele M. Dornisch

    Recently, concerted efforts have been made to encourage teachers to utilize technology within the classroom. Just as other modes of presentation style have implications for students' perceptions of... More

    pp. 305-317

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  7. XML and ePortfolios

    Dale Fitch, Tashira Gibbs, Melissa Peet, Beth Glover Reed & Richard Tolman

    For students in many professional programs, their written work remains the chief means for them to convey their understanding and application of material presented in the classroom. Within their... More

    pp. 319-333

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