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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2011 Volume 45, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Dynamic Modeling as a Cognitive Regulation Scaffold for Developing Complex Problem-Solving Skills in an Educational Massively Multiplayer Online Game Environment

    Deniz Eseryel, Xun Ge, Dirk Ifenthaler & Victor Law

    Following a design-based research framework, this article reports two empirical studies with an educational MMOG, called "McLarin's Adventures," on facilitating 9th-grade students' complex problem-... More

    pp. 265-286

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  2. Computer-Based Testing in the Medical Curriculum: A Decade of Experiences at One School

    John McNulty, Arcot Chandrasekhar, Amy Hoyt, Gregory Gruener, Baltazar Espiritu & Ron Price

    This report summarizes more than a decade of experiences with implementing computer-based testing across a 4-year medical curriculum. Practical considerations are given to the fields incorporated... More

    pp. 287-295

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  3. Relationships among Preservice Teachers' Technology-Related Abilities, Beliefs, and Intentions to Use Technology in Their Future Classrooms

    Susan E. Anderson, Judith G. Groulx & Robert M. Maninger

    This study investigated relationships among students' technology-related abilities, beliefs, and intentions. Participants were 217 preservice teachers who responded to post-course surveys. Value... More

    pp. 321-338

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  4. Affecting Factors and Outcome on Intermittent Internet Pulling Behavior in Taiwan's Undergraduate Students

    Hui-Jen Yang & Yun-Long Lay

    Nowadays people's lives heavily rely on Internet facilities. Internet users generally have constant Internet connectivity and intermittently click on sites they want to access even amidst studying ... More

    pp. 339-357

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  5. An Evaluation of the Conditions, Processes, and Consequences of Laptop Computing in K-12 Classrooms

    Cathy Cavanaugh, Kara Dawson & Albert Ritzhaupt

    This article examines how laptop computing technology, teacher professional development, and systematic support resulted in changed teaching practices and increased student achievement in 47 K-12... More

    pp. 359-378

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