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Mei, Bing; Brown, Gavin T. L.; Teo, Timothy – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2018
Despite the rapid proliferation of information and communication technologies, there exists a paucity of empirical research on the causes of the current low acceptance of computer-assisted language learning (CALL) by English as a foreign language (EFL) teachers in the People's Republic of China (PRC). This study aims to remedy this situation…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Language Teachers, Second Language Instruction
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Liu, Haixia; Lin, Chin-Hsi; Zhang, Dongbo; Zheng, Binbin – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2018
This study examined internal and external factors affecting pedagogical use of technology among 47 K-12 Chinese language teachers in the United States. Path analysis of the survey data was used to examine the relationships between the teachers' instructional use of technology, on the one hand, and on the other, their perceptions of three internal…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Elementary Secondary Education, Language Teachers
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Touati, Achraf; Baek, Youngkyun – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2018
This study investigated students' perceptions of competence and enjoyment of a mobile game within the context of mobile game-based learning. The proposed model showed that perceived competence and game attitude were the main predictors of enjoyment, while no direct relationship was found between perceived competence and gaming achievement. The…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Competence, Self Concept, Educational Games
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Raza, Syed Ali; Umer, Amna; Qazi, Wasim; Makhdoom, Murk – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2018
This study intends to analyze the influence of behavioral and psychosocial factors of higher education students of Karachi on acceptance of m-learning as a mode of getting education. The Theory of Planned Behavior and Technology Acceptance Model have provided the basic frameworks to formulate the hypotheses for this study. The analyses of the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Student Attitudes, Social Influences
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Kim, Sunha – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2018
This study compared the direct, indirect, and total effects of information, communication, and technology (ICT) variables on math achievement for second-generation immigrant, first-generation immigrant, and nonimmigrant students. A path model was used to analyze U.S. nationally representative data from the Program for International Student…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Migrant Children, Migrant Education, Predictor Variables
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Vayre, Emilie; Vonthron, Anne-Marie – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2017
The aim of this study is to test a model of online learners' engagement, which integrates social support (from teachers, peers, and family members) and sense of community as direct and indirect factors, with academic self-efficacy playing a mediating role. Survey results based on a questionnaire administered to 255 students enrolled in an online…
Descriptors: Distance Education, Online Courses, Social Support Groups, Path Analysis
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Karaoglan Yilmaz, Fatma Gizem – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2017
Today, the use of social network-based virtual learning communities is increasing rapidly in terms of knowledge management. An important dynamic of knowledge management processes is the knowledge sharing behaviors (KSB) in community. The purpose of this study is to examine the KSB of the students in a Facebook-based virtual community created…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Communities of Practice, Social Media, Computer Mediated Communication
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Lin, Shinyi; Hung, Tze-Chien; Lee, Chia-Tsung – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2015
With the community of inquiry framework, this study seeks to explore the relationship among forms of presence, self-efficacy, and training effectiveness. A total of 210 working professionals participated to the study via online survey and email communication with a valid response rate of 29.53%. The technique of partial least square was used to…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Correlation, Online Surveys, Electronic Mail
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Kang, Minseok; Shin, Won sug – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2015
This study proposes an extended technology acceptance model to predict acceptance of synchronous e-learning by examining relationships among variables associated with factors influencing the technology acceptance of synchronous e-learning. Learners at an online university participated through an online survey; there were 251 respondents in all.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Adoption (Ideas)
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Cheng, Kun-Hung; Liang, Jyh-Chong; Tsai, Chin-Chung – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2013
Three instruments (i.e., Internet-specific epistemic beliefs, self-regulation, and online academic help seeking questionnaires) were administered to 319 high school students with the aim of understanding the role of Internet specific epistemic beliefs and self-regulation in their online academic help seeking. Through a structure equation modeling…
Descriptors: High School Students, Internet, Epistemology, Beliefs
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Chen, Baiyun; Sivo, Stephen; Seilhamer, Ryan; Sugar, Amy; Mao, Jin – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2013
Mobile learning is a fast growing trend in higher education. This study examined how an extended technology acceptance model (TAM) could evaluate and predict the use of a mobile application in learning. A path analysis design was used to measure the mediating effects on the use of Blackboard's Mobile™ Learn application in coursework (N = 77). The…
Descriptors: Telecommunications, Higher Education, Handheld Devices, Educational Technology
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Yang, Shu Ching – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2012
This study examined a sample of adolescent online game players and explored the relationships between their gender, preference for video games (VG), hostility, aggressive behavior, experiences of cyberbullying, and victimization. The path relationships among the variables were further validated with structure equation modeling. Among the…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Aggression, Bullying, Victims
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Lu, Jingyan; Zhang, Zhidong – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2012
Peer assessment has been implemented in schools as both a learning tool and an assessment tool. Earlier studies have explored the effectiveness of peer assessment from different perspectives, such as domain knowledge and skills, peer assessment skills, and attitude changes. However, there is no holistic model describing the effects of cognitive…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Feedback (Response), Student Evaluation, Prior Learning
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Ritzhaupt, Albert D.; Dawson, Kara; Cavanaugh, Cathy – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2012
The purpose of this research was to examine the effects of teachers' characteristics, school characteristics, and contextual characteristics on classroom technology integration and teacher use of technology as mediators of student use of technology. A research-based path model was designed and tested based on data gathered from 732 teachers from…
Descriptors: Evidence, Elementary Secondary Education, Technology Integration, Path Analysis
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Nicolle, Pam S.; Lou, Yiping – Journal of Educational Computing Research, 2008
This mixed methodology study was designed to examine the factors and the process by which mainstream university faculty members adopt and implement technology in teaching and learning. Data were collected through a survey administered to faculty from 3 academic colleges (N = 117) and interviews of selected survey respondents (N = 9). Path analysis…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Collegiality, Interprofessional Relationship, Adoption (Ideas)
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