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Disa Cornish; Zak Larter – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2024
ChatGPT and AI programs are creating a stir on college campuses nationwide. Concerns about cheating are strong and many instructors are adopting new teaching strategies to dissuade students from using the technology in assignments. In the present study, undergraduate students in an introductory epidemiology course were assigned to use ChatGPT to…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Student Attitudes, Synchronous Communication, Computer Software
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Khalid Bashir Hajam; Sanjib Gahir – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2024
The research seeks to delve into and comprehend the attitudes of university students regarding artificial intelligence (AI) and to identify potential factors influencing these attitudes. The research employs a descriptive research design with a quantitative approach. A sample of 240 university students, including both males and females, was…
Descriptors: College Students, Student Attitudes, Artificial Intelligence, Gender Differences
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Sinan Onal; Derya Kulavuz-Onal – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2024
This paper examines the potential uses of ChatGPT in generating assessment tasks that can be used across different disciplines in higher education. To illustrate this, we provide examples from three courses in the disciplines of industrial engineering and applied linguistics: Project Analysis and Control, Manufacturing Processes, and Introduction…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Higher Education, Artificial Intelligence, Synchronous Communication
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Amanda D. Damiano; Eitel J. M. Lauría; Christian Sarmiento; Ningjing Zhao – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2024
This project explored perceptions of ChatGPT in higher education among students and faculty to assess teaching and learning implications of this Generative Artificial Intelligence (Generative AI)-based novel tool. Two theoretical frameworks inspired the project, including "Diffusion of Innovation theory" (Rogers, 1962) and…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Synchronous Communication, Technology Uses in Education, Higher Education
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K. Kavitha; V. P. Joshith – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2024
Integrating artificial intelligence (AI) stands out as the most dynamic and innovative breakthrough in introducing disruptive paths in the varied domains of education. This bibliometric analysis delved into the trajectory of AI's evolving landscape within educational settings over two decades, encompassing 324 articles published from 2003 to 2023,…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Technology Uses in Education, Technology Integration, Technological Advancement
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Sekhar S. Pindiprolu; David Forbush – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2024
Learning to read is an essential skill for later academic success, positive self-esteem, and gainful employment. Students who display reading difficulties/disabilities at the end of third grade are less likely to succeed in content areas and graduate from high school. Recent data suggests that many students in today's schools do not become skilled…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Reading Skills, At Risk Students, Summer Programs
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David, Loukia; Weinstein, Netta – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
A field experiment conducted across an academic semester tested the impact of a gamified experiential learning intervention strategically framing a student response system (SRS) to maximize student engagement through their technology use in class. Participants (n = 123) aged 9-16 years received an experimental intervention designed to foster…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary School Students, Secondary School Students, Learning Activities
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Wang, Yu-mei; Komol, Grace Jepkemboi; Voltz, Deborah – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
Research has shown that an effective peer critique process improves the quality of student assignments in various disciplines. Despite its benefits, peer critique is not without challenges. The major concern is the quality of the feedback. Students are not willing to take critical stances in reviewing their peers' work and they tend to give more…
Descriptors: Peer Evaluation, Criticism, College Students, Student Attitudes
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Yildirim-Erbasli, Seyma N.; Bulut, Okan; Demmans Epp, Carrie; Cui, Ying – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
Conversational agents have been widely used in education to support student learning. There have been recent attempts to design and use conversational agents to conduct assessments (i.e., conversation-based assessments: CBA). In this study, we developed CBA with constructed and selected-response tests using Rasa--an artificial intelligence-based…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Intelligent Tutoring Systems, Computer Mediated Communication, Formative Evaluation
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Estrella, Felix – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
This article aimed to identify the usefulness of using social networking sites (SNSs) in an English as a foreign language class. One hundred sixteen undergraduate students of diverse degrees from a polytechnic state-owned university in Ecuador participated in the study, which followed a quantitative design. A descriptive analysis and a linear…
Descriptors: Social Networks, Student Attitudes, English (Second Language), Second Language Learning
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Naccache, Hiba; Altae, Mayamin; Al-Own, Fatima Abdulla – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
This paper studies the effect of implementing a new Arabic language learning software Test Survey for Students (TSFS) developed by the researchers and marketed as brain training software for primary students on language skills using Science, Technology, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) subjects. The teaching of Arabic language via computer-assisted…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Native Language Instruction, Arabic, Computer Software
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Ford, Deana J.; Luke, Sara E.; Vaughn, S. Michelle; Fulchini-Scruggs, Angelica – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact explicit teaching of metacognition had on preservice teachers' metacognitive awareness and accuracy of whole group discussions using virtual simulations. One class of preservice teachers was randomly assigned to the explicit metacognitive teaching group, while the other class was assigned to…
Descriptors: Computer Simulation, Metacognition, Accuracy, Preservice Teachers
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Caspari-Sadeghi, Sima – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
Intelligent assessment, the core of any AI-based educational technology, is defined as embedded, stealth and ubiquitous assessment which uses intelligent techniques to diagnose the current cognitive level, monitor dynamic progress, predict success and update students' profiling continuously. It also uses various technologies, such as learning…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Educational Technology, Computer Assisted Testing, Barriers
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Barbetta, Patricia M. – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
Higher education (HE) faculty are increasingly teaching online. For many faculty, this represents a new instructional mode that comes with its own set of challenges but also with new instructional possibilities. One challenge is identifying innovative and effective active learning methods that academically engage online students. Along with other…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education, Active Learning
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Javidinejad, Amir – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2023
Mainly, this paper is written to address an engineering educator pool that has limited firsthand knowledge of the industry work scope. Specifically, members that gain necessary academic credential and gain a faculty job without having professional industry work exposures. Transition of knowledge gained in the undergraduate engineering experimental…
Descriptors: Engineering Education, Undergraduate Study, Laboratory Experiments, College Graduates
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