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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2011 Volume 39, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Supporting College Students' Ill-Structured Problem Solving in a Web-Based Learning Environment

    Brett A. Bixler & Susan M. Land

    The purpose of this research was to investigate the effects of using cognitive and metacognitive prompting strategies in a web-based learning environment to engage college students in a complex,... More

    pp. 3-15

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  2. Evaluating the Outcomes of an eMentoring Program

    Chris Penny & David Bolton

    While the term mentor can mean different things to different people, a true mentoring relationship is "characterized by a richness of interdependence between two people" (O'Neill, Wagner, & Gomez, ... More

    pp. 17-30

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  3. Modeling Mendel's Laws on Inheritance in Computational Biology and Medical Sciences

    Gurmukh Singh, Khalid Siddiqui, Mankiran Singh & Satpal Singh

    The current research article is based on a simple and practical way of employing the computational power of widely available, versatile software MS Excel 2007 to perform interactive computer... More

    pp. 31-46

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  4. Teaching Math Online: Current Practices in Turkey

    Omur Akdemir

    Changing nature of student population, developments in technology, and insufficient number of traditional universities have made online courses popular around the globe. This study was designed to ... More

    pp. 47-64

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  5. A Three Year Analysis of CMS Use in Resident University Courses

    Steven R. Malikowski

    American universities have adopted course management systems (CMSs) at levels that are unprecedented in learning technology. Researchers have investigated CMS use for a few reasons. First, they are... More

    pp. 65-85

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  6. Examining the Influence of Gender on the Modality Effect

    Raymond Flores, Fanni Coward & Steven M. Crooks

    This study aimed to investigate the effects of modality and gender on learning from a computer-based matrix graphic organizer. A 2 x 2 factorial experiment was created by crossing two presentation ... More

    pp. 87-103

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