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Computers & Education

September 2018 Volume 124, Number 1

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Establishing the norm of new media literacy of Singaporean students: Implications to policy and pedagogy

    Der-Thanq Chen & Tzu-Bin Lin, Associate Professor, Singapore; Jen-Yi Li & Ling Lee, Independent Researcher, Singapore

    With the increasing impact of new media, Singapore has responded to the fast-changing media environment within the educational sector. A large-scale study was conducted in Singaporean schools to... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Comparison of virtual reality and hands on activities in science education via functional near infrared spectroscopy

    Richard Lamb, University at Buffalo, United States; Pavlo Antonenko, University of Florida, United States; Elisabeth Etopio & Amanda Seccia, University at Buffalo, United States

    There has been an increased focus on the use of cognitive strategies in the science classroom, in part this increased focus is due to the implementation of the Next Generation Science Standards ... More

    pp. 14-26

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  3. Game-Based Auxiliary Training System for improving visual perceptual dysfunction in children with developmental disabilities: A proposed design and evaluation

    Yee-Pay Wuang, Department of Occupational Therapy, Taiwan; Yu-Hsien Chiu, Department of Healthcare Administration and Medical Informatics, Taiwan; Yenming J. Chen, Department of Logistics Management, Taiwan; Chiu-Ping Chen, Department of Business Administrattion, Taiwan; Chih-Chung Wang & Chien-Ling Huang, Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Taiwan; Tang-Meng Wu, Chinese Health Promoting and Child Developing Association, Taiwan; Wen-Hsien Ho, Department of Healthcare Administration and Medical Informatics, Taiwan

    The main purpose of this study was to develop and evaluate a Game-Based Auxiliary Training System (GBATS) in special education for improving visual perceptual dysfunction in children with... More

    pp. 27-36

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  4. The role of motivation, ability, and opportunity in university teachers’ continuance use intention for flipped teaching

    Hui-Min Lai, Department of Information Management; Yu-Lin Hsiao, Department of Industrial Education and Technology; Pi-Jung Hsieh, Department of Hospital and Health Care Administration

    On-site teaching practice is changing due to the development of digital technology. Traditional lecturing has long focused on instructor-based teaching but now has transitioned to a flipped... More

    pp. 37-50

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  5. Promises of structured relationship building for higher distance education: Evaluating the effects of a virtual fast-friendship procedure

    Stefan Stürmer, Toni A. Ihme, Björn Fisseler, Katharina Sonnenberg & Maria-Luisa Barbarino

    The main aim of the present research is to introduce and evaluate the effects of a virtual relationship-building program designed to foster social integration among distance education students. To ... More

    pp. 51-61

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  6. Implementing flipped classroom that used an intelligent tutoring system into learning process

    Hafidi Mohamed & Mahnane Lamia

    Students nowadays are hard to be motivated to solve logical problems with traditional teaching methods. Computers, Smartphone's, tablets and other smart devices disturb their attention. But those... More

    pp. 62-76

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  7. A systematic review of cloud computing tools for collaborative learning: Opportunities and challenges to the blended-learning environment

    Hosam Al-Samarraie & Noria Saeed

    The use of online collaborative learning activities has been notably supported by cloud computing. Although specific reference has been made to a certain online application or service, there has... More

    pp. 77-91

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