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Computers & Education

November 2004 Volume 43, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. An activity-theoretical approach to research of ICT integration in Singapore schools: Orienting activities and learner autonomy

    Cher Ping Lim & Ching Sing Chai

    This paper discusses the findings of two case studies (two primary schools in Singapore), which are part of a larger research study, that aims to examine and analyze where and how information and... More

    pp. 215-236

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  2. Cognitive–metacognitive and content-technical aspects of constructivist Internet-based learning environments: a LISREL analysis

    Meichun Lydia Wen, Chin-Chung Tsai, Hung-Ming Lin & Shih-Chyueh Chuang

    Through a LISREL analysis, this study validated the Constructivist Internet-based Learning Environment Survey (CILES). CILES consisted of six scales, sorted by two aspects. The first aspect, the... More

    pp. 237-248

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  3. The IT advantage assessment model: Applying an expanded value chain model to academia

    Walter L. Turner & Antonis C. Stylianou

    Academia faces an uncertain future as the 21st century unfolds. New demands, discerning students, increased competition from non-traditional competitors are just a few of the forces demanding a... More

    pp. 249-272

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  4. QSIA – a Web-based environment for learning, assessing and knowledge sharing in communities

    Sheizaf Rafaeli, Miri Barak, Yuval Dan-Gur & Eran Toch

    This paper describes a Web-based and distributed system named QSIA that serves as an environment for learning, assessing and knowledge sharing. QSIA – Questions Sharing and Interactive Assignments ... More

    pp. 273-289

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  5. Active participation of integrated development environments in the teaching of object-oriented programming

    Colin Depradine & Glenda Gay

    With the strong link between programming and the underlying technology, the incorporation of computer technology into the teaching of a programming language course should be a natural progression. ... More

    pp. 291-298

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  6. Domains and determinants of university students’ self-perceived computer competence

    Johan P. van Braak

    The first aim of this study was to develop an instrument of self-perceived computer competence and to assess differences among university students. For this purpose, two instruments were developed:... More

    pp. 299-312

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