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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2012 Volume 40, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. How Does Early Feedback in an Online Programming Course Change Problem Solving?

    Alireza Ebrahimi

    How does early feedback change the programming problem solving in an online environment and help students choose correct approaches? This study was conducted in a sample of students learning... More

    pp. 371-379

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  2. Perceptions of Group-Led Online Discussions: The Benefits of Cooperative Learning

    Beth Dietz-Uhler & Jason R. Lanter

    To assess the effectiveness of a cooperative learning activity, students were randomly assigned to small groups and asked to lead an online discussion. Responses to a survey administered at the... More

    pp. 381-388

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  3. Implementing a World-Class E-Learning Technology in a Graduate Instructional Design Course

    Dawn Snyder & Joel Gardner

    At Franklin University, we are in the process of creating a master's degree in Instructional Design and Performance Technology. In one of the program courses, Enhancing Learning with Technology, we... More

    pp. 389-399

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  4. Toward a Student-Centered Measure of Learning Management System Utilization

    Eric Malm & Joanna F. Defranco

    Colleges and universities have spent significant financial and human resources deploying and promoting educational technologies, including Learning Management Systems (LMS). A large body of... More

    pp. 401-413

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  5. Pre-Service Teachers in Second Life: Potentials of Simulations

    Jase Teoh

    An in-depth qualitative study with nine secondary pre-service teachers from an undergraduate "Language and Literacy" class was conducted to examine the potential of simulation using Second Life (SL... More

    pp. 415-441

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