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Journal of Research on Computing in Education

1998 Volume 30, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Relationships among Hypermedia-Based Mental Models and Hypermedia Knowledge

    David J. Ayersman & W Michael Reed

    Analysis of data from two studies of undergraduates (n12 and n18) enrolled in a hypermedia-in-education course at West Virginia University determined that the group with more hypermedia knowledge... More

    pp. 222-38

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  2. Mathematical Problem Solving and Computers: A Study of Learner-Initiated Application of Technology in a General Problem-Solving Context

    Sharon Dugdale, Owen LeGare, James I. Matthews & Mi-Kyung Ju

    A study of 38 K-12 teachers at the 1996 summer institute of the Northern California Mathematics Project suggested that a learning environment incorporating technology, facilities for sharing... More

    pp. 239-53

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  3. Interactive Multimedia Design and Production Processes

    Min Liu, Colleen Jones & Susan Hemstreet

    A study involving interviews with experienced educational multimedia developers examined multimedia production, professional roles and responsibilities, factors contributing to successful... More

    pp. 254-80

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  4. Categories of Computer Use and Their Relationships with Attitudes toward Computers

    Anandra Mitra

    Analysis of attitude and use questionnaires completed by undergraduates (n1,444) at Wake Forest University determined that computers were used most frequently for word processing. Other uses were e... More

    pp. 281-95

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  5. The New Media Centers' Consortium: A Tool for Legitimizing Technology in Higher Education

    David Richard Moore & John K. Burton

    Reports on part of an ethnographic study of one facility associated with the New Media Centers' Consortium, focusing on the viewpoint of university administration. Suggests the facility was used as... More

    pp. 296-306

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  6. Design for Adoption: The Development of an Integrated Web-Based Education Environment

    Yong Zhao

    Examines "eWeb," a Web-based educational environment drawing on social, cognitive, and technological resources to improve teaching and learning. Discusses teacher knowledge of technology and... More

    pp. 307-28

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