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Haering, Marlo; Bano, Muneera; Zowghi, Didar; Kearney, Matthew; Maalej, Walid – IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 2021
With the vast number of apps and the complexity of their features, it is becoming challenging for teachers to select a suitable learning app for their courses. Several evaluation frameworks have been proposed in the literature to assist teachers with this selection. The iPAC framework is a well-established mobile learning framework highlighting…
Descriptors: Automation, Courseware, Computer Software Evaluation, Computer Software Selection
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Hayes, Timothy – Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics, 2019
Multiple imputation is a popular method for addressing data that are presumed to be missing at random. To obtain accurate results, one's imputation model must be congenial to (appropriate for) one's intended analysis model. This article reviews and demonstrates two recent software packages, Blimp and jomo, to multiply impute data in a manner…
Descriptors: Computer Software Evaluation, Computer Software Reviews, Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Data Analysis
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Sinnott, Mark; Xia, Ling Angela – International Journal of Computer-Assisted Language Learning and Teaching, 2020
This software review evaluates the Moodle plugin Level Up, which aims to add a gamification element to this commonly-used online education platform. The reviewers report their use of the plugin, describing its strengths, weakness and future potential. In doing so, they share their experiences of using it during a recent project that developed a…
Descriptors: Computer Software Reviews, Online Courses, Integrated Learning Systems, Educational Games
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Bhagat, Kaushal Kumar; Spector, J. Michael – Educational Technology & Society, 2017
Much of the focus on learning technologies has been on structuring innovative learning experiences and on managing distance and hybrid learning environments. This article focuses on the use of technology as an important formative assessment and feedback tool. The rationale for this focus is based on prior research findings that suggest that timely…
Descriptors: Formative Evaluation, Problem Solving, Technology Uses in Education, Learning Experience
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Dunbar, Laura – General Music Today, 2018
Technology continues to evolve, and it is time to try out some new technology in my classroom to help ensure student participation.
Descriptors: Student Participation, Discussion (Teaching Technique), Classroom Techniques, Technology Uses in Education
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Ismaili, Jalal; Ibrahimi, El Houcine Ouazzani – Education and Information Technologies, 2017
Assistive Technology (AT) revolutionized the process of learning for special needs students during the past three decades. Thanks to this technology, accessibility and educational inclusion became attainable more than any time in the history of special education. Meanwhile, assistive technology devices remain unreachable for a large number of…
Descriptors: Assistive Technology, Special Needs Students, Electronic Learning, Handheld Devices
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Bruhn, Allison; Hirsch, Shanna; Vogelgesang, Kari – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2017
Keeping students engaged in the curriculum is extremely important when attempting to close the achievement gap for students with and at risk for disabilities. This is particularly important for students with learning disabilities or behavior disorders. This article discusses the use of applications (apps) for mobile technologies that may be used…
Descriptors: Learning Disabilities, Behavior Disorders, Technology Uses in Education, Student Motivation
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Govindasamy, Malliga K. – Journal of Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia, 2014
Agent technology has become one of the dynamic and most interesting areas of computer science in recent years. The dynamism of this technology has resulted in computer generated characters, known as pedagogical agent, entering the digital learning environments in increasing numbers. Commonly deployed in implementing tutoring strategies, these…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Animation, Educational Technology, Computer Software
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Diamond, Michael; Mattia, Angela – Journal of Instructional Pedagogies, 2017
Data visualization is a key component to business and data analytics, allowing analysts in businesses to create tools such as dashboards for business executives. Various software packages allow businesses to create these tools in order to manipulate data for making informed business decisions. The focus is to examine what skills employers are…
Descriptors: Corporations, Use Studies, Computer Software, Data
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Antoniadou, Victoria – Research-publishing.net, 2017
Reflecting the inter-connected reality of today's world, contemporary education is striving to keep up with the exponentially rapid changes that individuals around the globe are facing. Innovative educational proposals carry labels such as connective learning (Downes, 2006), e-learning 2.0 (Downes, 2005), education 2.0 (Carr et al., 2008), or…
Descriptors: Data Collection, Data Analysis, Qualitative Research, Data Processing
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Glasser, Leslie – Journal of Chemical Education, 2016
Crystallographic information provides the fundamental basis for understanding the properties and behavior of materials. This data, such as chemical composition, unit cell dimensions, space group, and atomic positions, derives from the primary literature--that is, from published experimental measurement or theoretical calculation. Although the…
Descriptors: Physical Sciences, Tables (Data), Information Sources, Educational Resources
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Kang, Myunghee; Kim, Seyoung; Yoon, Seonghye; Chung, Warren – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2017
The purpose of this study was to set future directions of the Cyber Home Learning System in Korea based on its current status. The Cyber Home Learning System has been designed and used by K-12 students to study voluntarily at home using online lessons. The development process of the Cyber Home Learning System was composed of the following four…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Online Courses, Database Management Systems, Computer System Design
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Musti-Rao, Shobana; Lynch, Tom Liam; Plati, Erin – Intervention in School and Clinic, 2015
As American students struggle with basic mathematical skills, the importance of math fact fluency has gained the attention of educators and researchers. Generalization of math fact fluency is also important for the transfer of skills to other settings and formats, assisting students in the completion of more varied and complicated math tasks. This…
Descriptors: Technology Uses in Education, Generalization, Mathematics Skills, Classroom Techniques
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Perri, M. J.; Weber, S. H. – Journal of Chemical Education, 2014
A Web site is described that facilitates use of the free computational chemistry software: General Atomic and Molecular Electronic Structure System (GAMESS). Its goal is to provide an opportunity for undergraduate students to perform computational chemistry experiments without the need to purchase expensive software.
Descriptors: Chemistry, Courseware, Web Sites, Molecular Structure
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Baker, Sheila F.; McEnery, Lillian – Texas Journal of Literacy Education, 2017
Close Reading utilizes several strategies to help readers think more critically about a text. Close reading can be performed within the context of shared readings, read-alouds by the teacher, literature discussion groups, and guided reading groups. Students attempting to more closely read difficult texts may benefit from technologies and platforms…
Descriptors: Reading Skills, Reading Strategies, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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