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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2008 Volume 36, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Native and Non-Native Speakers in Online and Face-to-Face Discussions: Leveling the Playing Field

    Anne Cummings Hlas, Kathy L. Schuh & Stephen M. Alessi

    This study investigated the role of native language in the context of online versus face-to-face learning environments. Findings from a mixed-methods analysis revealed that native language was a... More

    pp. 337-373

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  2. Combining Speech Recognition/Natural Language Processing with 3D Online Learning Environments to Create Distributed Authentic and Situated Spoken Language Learning

    Greg Jones, Todd Squires & Jeramie Hicks

    This article will describe research done at the National Institute of Multimedia in Education, Japan and the University of North Texas on the creation of a distributed Internet-based spoken... More

    pp. 375-392

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  3. Building a Sense of Community for Text-Based Computer-Mediated Communication Courses

    Harrison Hao Yang & Yuliang Liu

    Building a strong sense of community in text-based computer-mediated communication courses can be a challenge to instructors. This article presents how a sound practical approach called STEP is... More

    pp. 393-413

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  4. The Structure of Student Dialogue in Web-Assisted Mathematics Courses

    David Thomas, Qing Li, Libby Knott & Zhongxiao Li

    Spring term of 2005, three Web-assisted undergraduate mathematics courses were taught at the University of Idaho: Math 235 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers 1; Math 236 Mathematics for Elementary... More

    pp. 415-431

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  5. Association Rule Mining from an Intelligent Tutor

    Buket Dogan & A Yilmaz Camurcu

    Educational data mining is a very novel research area, offering fertile ground for many interesting data mining applications. Educational data mining can extract useful information from educational... More

    pp. 433-447

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