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Wrigley, Stuart – Active Learning in Higher Education, 2019
This article discusses and challenges the increasing use of plagiarism detection services such as Turnitin and Grammarly by students, arguing that the increasingly online nature of composition is having a profound effect on student composition processes. This dependence on the Internet is leading to a strategy I term 'de-plagiarism', in which…
Descriptors: Plagiarism, Essays, Writing Processes, Computer Software
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Buhi, Eric R.; Clayton, Heather; Surrency, Heather Hepler – Journal of American College Health, 2009
Objective: The authors examined the incidence of stalking victimization and subsequent help-seeking behaviors among college women. Participants and Methods: A stratified random sample of college women (N = 391) completed an anonymous Internet-based questionnaire in spring 2006. Results: One-fifth of women reported stalking victimization while…
Descriptors: College Students, Help Seeking, Females, Victims of Crime
Kenyon, James J., Jr. – ProQuest LLC, 2013
This evaluation assesses the Alternative Route to Licensure (ARL) program of the Clark County School District (CCSD), in Clark County, Nevada from the program participants' perspectives. The program was implemented to reduce teacher shortages in the school district and allow persons with non-education-related Bachelor's Degrees to obtain teaching…
Descriptors: County School Districts, Program Evaluation, Alternative Teacher Certification, Teacher Attitudes
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Levine, Glenn S. – Modern Language Journal, 2003
Presents the results of an anonymous, Internet-based questionnaire study on target language and first language use in university-level foreign language classes. Goals were to develop preliminary components of a descriptive model of target language and first language use and explore the relationships between target language and student anxiety…
Descriptors: Beliefs, College Students, Communication Apprehension, Higher Education
Sendag, Serkan; Toker, Sacip – Journal of Educational Technology, 2016
This study aimed to reveal the factors associated with the participation of preservice teachers in e-democracy. It was designed as a correlational study and 1,519 preservice teachers from a teacher preparation program in Turkey participated in it by completing a 54-item questionnaire. As a result, three major factors for involvement in e-democracy…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Student Participation, Demography, Performance Factors
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Magen-Nagar, Noga; Firstater, Esther; Schwasbky, Nitza – International Journal of Technology in Teaching and Learning, 2013
This study examines the extent to which kindergarten teachers' attitudes towards the ICT affects their skills and as a result the level of assimilating ICT in their teaching. The study involved 141 teachers, who responded to anonymous self-reporting online questionnaires. The path analysis test (SEM) results indicate that the attitudes of the…
Descriptors: Kindergarten, Preschool Teachers, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Flessner, Christopher A.; Woods, Douglas W. – Behavior Modification, 2006
In this study, the authors collected data on the demographic characteristics, phenomenology, and social and economic impact of skin picking. A total of 92 participants completed an anonymous, Internet-based survey through a link to the Trichotillomania Learning Center's home page. Results indicated that skin pickers experienced social,…
Descriptors: Severity (of Disability), Phenomenology, Economic Impact, Depression (Psychology)
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Gibson, Amelia N.; Kaplan, Samantha; Vardell, Emily – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2017
For parents of children with an Autism spectrum disorder (ASD), high quality, easily accessible information and a strong peer network can be the key to raising a happy, healthy child, and maintaining family well-being and emotional resilience. This article reports the findings of an anonymous survey examining the information source preferences for…
Descriptors: Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Autism, Parents, Parent Surveys
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Claessens, Joris; Diaz, Claudia; Goemans, Caroline; Preneel, Bart; Vandewalle, Joos; Dumortier, Jos – Internet Research, 2003
Users of telecommunications networks are concerned about privacy, and desire anonymous access, while some organizations are concerned about how this anonymous access might be abused. Proposes a solution for revocable anonymous access to the Internet. Presents some legal background and motivation for such a solution. Indicates some difficulties and…
Descriptors: Access to Computers, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Networks, Information Networks
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O'Sullivan, Lucia F.; Byers, E. Sandra; Mitra, Koumari – Sex Education: Sexuality, Society and Learning, 2019
This study assessed the extent to which an Internet-recruited sample of residents of India was supportive of the provision of comprehensive sexual education in school in a country where youth sexual health is poor. We sought to determine whether attitudes differed for those of varying demographic backgrounds (age, sex, education level, religion),…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Sex Education, Health Education, Birth
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Groetch, Marion E.; Christie, Lynn; Vargas, Perla A.; Jones, Stacie M.; Sicherer, Scott H. – Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 2010
Objective: To determine pediatric dietitians' self-reported proficiency, educational needs, and preferences regarding food allergy (FA) management. Design and Setting: An Internet-based, anonymous survey was distributed to the Pediatric Nutrition Practice Group (PNPG) of the American Dietetic Association. Participants: Respondents (n = 311) were…
Descriptors: Educational Needs, Allergy, Internet, Pediatrics
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Murray, Jacqueline; Lachowsky, Nathan J. – Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 2017
The Internet, which has made information ubiquitous and seemingly infinite, has transformed education. Universities are challenged to educate students to navigate and evaluate critically the undifferentiated information of the Internet so that students gain the ability to transform it into knowledge. To better understand the effects of taking a…
Descriptors: College Freshmen, Foreign Countries, Questionnaires, Internet
Reyes, Antonio; Bonnin, Juan Eduardo – Current Issues in Language Planning, 2017
The acquisition of a particular language and its standard norms of use have been traditionally channeled through education, dictionaries and institutional publications, but more and more, the internet has become a recurrent platform to consult norms and rules, through different forms of electronically mediated communication in which language users…
Descriptors: Language Usage, Computer Mediated Communication, Dictionaries, Internet
Perišin, Dijana; Opic, Siniša – Online Submission, 2013
Internet allows great interaction between real and perceived anonymous environment. Adolescents, acting under the assumption of anonymity show different patterns of behavior, which has lead to a new form of violence: cyberbullying. There is a possibility of both positive and negative behavior in virtual space, however, the negative side of the…
Descriptors: Internet, Violence, Student Behavior, Foreign Countries
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Kling, Rob; Lee, Yaching; Frankel, Mark S.; Teich, Al – Information Society, 1999
Examines the social character of anonymous online communication and the ways that anonymous communication has played important roles for professionals such as journalists and the police. Explains some of the new technological supports for anonymous communication on the Internet. Discusses some of the nuances behind the controversies and policy…
Descriptors: Communication (Thought Transfer), Computer Mediated Communication, Internet, Laws
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