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ERIC Number: ED444595
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000-Feb
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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.
Association for Educational Communications and Technology
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)
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Interfaces, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Software, Computer Uses in Education, Continuing Education, Cooperative Learning, Distance Education, Educational Technology, Elementary Secondary Education, Higher Education, Instructional Design, Internet, Multimedia Materials, Technology Integration, Telecommunications, World Wide Web
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Authoring Institution: Association for Educational Communications and Technology, Washington, DC.