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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2002 Volume 27, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Comparative Effectiveness of Two Forms of Feedback: Web-Based Model Comparison and Instructor Delivered Corrective Feedback

    Paul Riccomini

    Examined the comparative effectiveness of two forms of feedback, instructor delivered corrective feedback and a Web-based model comparison feedback, on two complex tasks in a university setting.... More

    pp. 213-28

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  2. The Design of an Intelligent Web-Based Interactive Language Learning System

    Chin-Hwa Kuo, David Wible, Meng-Chang Chen, Li-Chun Sung, Nai-Lung Tsao & Chia-Lin Chio

    Describes the design of an intelligent Web-based interactive language learning system to support learning English as a second language on the Internet. Highlights include an interactive English... More

    pp. 229-48

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  3. Motivation To Learn via Computer Conferencing: Exploring How Task-Specific Motivation and CC Expectations are Related to Student Acceptance of Learning via CC

    Eva Mary Bures, Cheryl C. Amundsen & Philip C. Abrami

    Investigated the relationship between university student motivation and student acceptance of learning via computer conferencing (CC). Considered frequency of contributing online messages;... More

    pp. 249-64

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  4. Effects of Computer Graphics Types and Epistemological Beliefs on Students' Learning of Mathematical Concepts

    Chi-Hui Lin

    Describes a study that determined the implications of computer graphics types and epistemological beliefs with regard to the design of computer-based mathematical concept learning with elementary... More

    pp. 265-74

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  5. Influence of Prior Knowledge, Attitudes, Ability, and Activity Structure on Students' Learning and Use of Software

    Denise Tolhurst & Raymond L. Debus

    Describes a study of Australian secondary school students that identified the conditions and individual characteristics that would best support learners' acceptance of control within hypermedia,... More

    pp. 275-313

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  6. Learning in Virtual Courses and Its Relationship to Thinking Styles

    Rafi Nachmias & Nehama Shany

    Examines student learning in virtual courses and the relationship between their performance and thinking styles based on a study of Israeli junior high school students. Topics include students'... More

    pp. 315-29

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