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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

2018 Volume 46, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Interaction with Educational Games in Hybrid Virtual Worlds

    Athanasios Christopoulos, Marc Conrad & Mitul Shukla

    This research links learner engagement with interactions when Hybrid Virtual Learning models are used. Various aspects have been considered, such as learners' prior experiences related to virtual... More

    pp. 385-413

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  2. Exploring Pedagogical Foundations of Existing Virtual Reality Educational Applications: A Content Analysis Study

    Elizabeth Johnston, Gerald Olivas, Patricia Steele, Cassandra Smith & Liston Bailey

    New virtual reality (VR) applications for education appear frequently in the marketplace but rarely contain explicit pedagogies. The research objective of this study was to identify and categorize ... More

    pp. 414-439

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  3. A "Mixed" Strategy for Collaborative Group Formation and Its Learning Outcomes

    Anal Acharya & Devadatta Sinha

    This study uses homogeneity in personal learning styles and heterogeneity in subject knowledge for collaborative learning group decomposition indicating that groups are "mixed" in nature.... More

    pp. 440-462

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  4. Elementary 1:1 iPad Implementation: Successes and Struggles during the First Year

    Denise K. Frazier & Anastasia M. Trekles

    This mixed-method case study followed K-5 elementary teachers through their first year of 1:1 iPad adoption in one elementary school. All teachers in the school were surveyed in September and... More

    pp. 463-484

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  5. Supporting Graduate Student Writers with VoiceThread

    Michelle Gonzalez & Noreen S. Moore

    This qualitative case study examined the influence of the use of VoiceThread technology on the feedback process for thesis writing in two online asynchronous graduate courses. The influence on... More

    pp. 485-504

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  6. A Review of Tools and Techniques for Data-Enabled Formative Assessment

    Rob Nyland

    The purpose of this literature review is to understand the current state of research on tools that collect data for the purpose of formative assessment. We were interested in identifying the types ... More

    pp. 505-526

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