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ERIC Number: ED444595
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000-Feb
Pages: 347
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Annual Proceedings of Selected Research and Development Papers Presented at the National Convention of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (22nd, Long Beach, California, February 16-20, 2000).
Sparks, Kristin E., Ed.; Simonson, Michael, Ed.
Subjects addressed by the 35 papers in this proceedings include: computer-based cooperative, collaborative and individual learning; comparison of students' and teachers' computer affect and behavior effects on performance; effects of headings and computer experience in CBI; use of CSCA to support argumentation skills in legal education; drama's role in multimedia instructional software; metaphorical interfaces' return-on-investment; students learning different cultures through sharing artwork in a telecommunications project; conceptual framework for the construction of multiple perspectives in collaborative environments; evaluation of computer-based training for a university financial system; e-journal forum for school psychologists; language as access to mathematics learning and technology; scholarly electronic journals; designing interaction in learning applications; teaching the introductory course in Instructional Technology; an instrument to measure teachers' attitudes toward use of Web resources in the classroom; integrating NASA Web resources into science instruction; collaborative dissertations; role of scaffolds during project-based learning; impact of the technology course on in-service teachers; effects of learning via Web design approach on students' perception; affecting socially constructed beliefs through narrative simulation; social cognitive constructs of motivation to enhance success in online distance education; a case study on instructional technology in continuing medical education; qualitative research on computer simulation for continuing education in the workplace; computer literacy and persistence in community college; a resource-based learning environment to foster self-directedness in pre-service teachers; impact of information literacy on Web-based learning; theoretical model for study of virtual reality in education; instructional design discourse in mathematical inquiry; estimating reliability of self-reported data for Web-based instruction; survey of doctoral dissertations in educational technology research; impact of technology use in K-12 schools; philosophical inquiry in instructional technology; research issues of motivation in WBI; and role of semantic congruency in design of graphic organizers. (AEF)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Washington, DC.
Note: For the 1999 proceedings, see ED 436 128. Some figures may not reproduce adequately. Sponsored by the AECT Research and Theory Division.