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Lim, Doo H. – International Journal of Educational Technology, 2002
Compared the perceived degree of learning and application of learning made by college students who took a course in either traditional classroom, Web-based, or satellite-based delivery format and identified reasons for high or low learning and application. Investigated which instructional strategies and instructional design factors affected…
Descriptors: Communications Satellites, Comparative Analysis, Conventional Instruction, Distance Education
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Goldman, Juliette D. G.; Torrisi-Steele, Geraldine – International Journal of Educational Technology, 2002
Describes a CD-ROM written by faculty in an Australian university that is based on principles of a constructivist theory of learning. Examines three examples of appropriate interactivity to indicate the variety, relevance, pedagogical principles, and interest that can be generated to enhance student learning by using multimedia. (Author/LRW)
Descriptors: CD ROMs, Constructivism (Learning), Foreign Countries, Higher Education
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Andrews, Trish; Klease, Greg – International Journal of Educational Technology, 2002
Discusses a virtual faculty as an alternative to extending learning opportunities for students in regional universities or universities where specializations of interest may not be offered. Describes an Australian project that explored the viability of establishing a virtual faculty using videoconferencing, and discusses the importance of…
Descriptors: Educational Planning, Foreign Countries, Higher Education, Learning Strategies
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Ray, Beverly – International Journal of Educational Technology, 2002
Discusses the use of PDAs (personal digital assistants) by elementary and secondary students and teachers, focusing on technology integration and student-centered learning. Highlights include ideas for activities using PDAs; database applications; spreadsheet applications; Internet access; Web publishing; word processing; storing reference…
Descriptors: Computer Software, Databases, Electronic Publishing, Elementary Secondary Education
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Martinez, Margaret – International Journal of Educational Technology, 2001
Examines how learning orientation (meta-level learner-difference profiles) accounts for significant variance, effects, and interactions in a Web learning environment. Results demonstrate useful ways to differentiate the audience before designing solutions and environments that carefully consider the impact of emotions and intentions on learning.…
Descriptors: Cognitive Style, Educational Development, Educational Environment, Instructional Design
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Hogan, Maureen P. – International Journal of Educational Technology, 2000
This is a case study of two sixth-grade teachers from Illinois who participated in a semester-long inservice to learn about Chickscope, a supercomputing application that allows students and teachers remote access to magnetic resonance images of chicken embryos. Shows how they produced an inquiry-based unit on chicken weight and measurement.…
Descriptors: Case Studies, Class Activities, Grade 6, Inquiry
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Jung, Insung; Leem, Junghoon – International Journal of Educational Technology, 1999
Describes the Network-Based Instructional Systems Development model for developing Web-based virtual training courses that incorporate social interaction and collaborative learning strategies in a self-directed learning environment within a Korean corporate context. Topics include problem-based learning; constructivism; resource-based learning;…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Constructivism (Learning), Corporate Education, Course Evaluation
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Park, Inn-woo – International Journal of Educational Technology, 1999
Proposes how to utilize a virtual environment to enhance learning and teaching activities in formal higher education. Predicts that future higher education will still require a campus equipped with information technologies to be used to improve student participation, provide asynchronous learning support, conduct field-based learning, and handle…
Descriptors: Class Size, Futures (of Society), Higher Education, Information Technology
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Eom, Wooyong – International Journal of Educational Technology, 1999
This study identifies how self-regulated learning strategies that learners already have are related to the effectiveness of learning with a computer-networked hypermedia learning environment. Data from seventh graders are analyzed to see how metacognitive, cognitive, and motivational strategies influenced achievement. Discusses implications for…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Networks, Educational Environment
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Lee, Sangsoo – International Journal of Educational Technology, 1999
Describes a study of undergraduates that was conducted to identify the differences between individual and collaborative reflection using a qualitative approach. The results of journals and tape-recorded group reflection activities showed that collaborative reflection leads to a higher level of thinking such as metacognitive thinking. (Author/LRW)
Descriptors: Audiotape Cassettes, Group Activities, Higher Education, Independent Study