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Journal of Computing in Higher Education

2018 Volume 30, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. The Role of Scaffold Interactivity in Supporting Self-Regulated Learning in a Community College Online Composition Course

    Katherine Kellen & Pavlo Antonenko

    This study addressed some of the challenges of supporting self-regulated learning in community college online English composition. This course used a flexible learning design, providing a choice of... More

    pp. 187-210

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  2. Transforming Undergraduate Biology Learning with Inquiry-Based Instruction

    Jennifer Kreps Frisch, Paula C. Jackson & Meg C. Murray

    We developed an inquiry-driven course to enable students to develop skills they need to effectively use large amounts of information available on the Internet (including evaluating information,... More

    pp. 211-236

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  3. Learning Experience Assessment of Flipped Courses

    Pablo Schwarzenberg, Jaime Navon, Miguel Nussbaum, Mar Pérez-Sanagustín & Daniela Caballero

    The flipped classroom has shown a positive effect on academic performance and student satisfaction. However, there are relatively few studies that help us understand when or why this method has a... More

    pp. 237-258

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  4. EFL Medical Students' Metacognitive Strategy Use for Hypertext Reading Comprehension

    Hui-Fang Shang

    The ability to read English efficiently and effectively is important for medical students because they have to read a lot of medical texts published in English. This is challenging especially for... More

    pp. 259-278

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  5. An Ecological Model for University Faculty Members' Thinking about Technology

    Chris Shelton

    When university faculty and students use technology, they do so in a specific context and researchers have acknowledged that in order to understand use (or non-use) of technology in higher... More

    pp. 279-297

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  6. E-Textbook as Object and Mediator: Interactions between Instructor and Student Activity Systems

    Kathy L. Schuh, Sam Van Horne & Jae-eun Russell

    In this paper, we discuss the activity systems of students and instructors who used an interactive e-textbook in their instructional activities. Data included instructor interviews and student... More

    pp. 298-325

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  7. The Effects of Online Glossary Quizzes and Student Autonomy on Domain Vocabulary Learning in Business Law

    Eunbae Lee & R. Lainie Wilson Harris

    While understanding of domain specific vocabularies is essential in content learning, little research informs teaching practices for glossary learning. This study examines the relationship among... More

    pp. 326-343

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  8. Exploring the Potential of LMS Log Data as a Proxy Measure of Student Engagement

    Curtis R. Henrie, Robert Bodily, Ross Larsen & Charles R. Graham

    This study examines the relationship between log data of student activity in learning management systems and self-reported student engagement survey scores. Log data has the potential to serve as a... More

    pp. 344-362

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  9. Comparative Effect of Project-Based Learning and Electronic Project-Based Learning on the Development and Sustained Development of English Idiom Knowledge

    Zohre Mohamadi

    As a response to the advancement of technology into every aspect of human life especially education and the need for more involvement on the side of learners advocated by learner-centered... More

    pp. 363-385

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  10. An Application of Corresponding Fields Model for Understanding Exclusion in Online Social Networks

    Salih Bardakci

    This study explores the perception of exclusion in online social networks by synthesizing the Corresponding Fields Model (Helsper in "Commun Theory" 22(4):403-426, 2012). The predictors... More

    pp. 386-405

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