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- Martina Holenko Dlab, Ivica Boticki, Natasa Hoic-Bozic, Chee-Kit Looi:
Exploring group interactions in synchronous mobile computer-supported learning activities.
- Keith Turvey, Norbert Pachler:
Design principles for fostering pedagogical provenance through research in technology supported learning.
- Misook Heo, Natalie Toomey:
Learning with multimedia: The effects of gender, type of multimedia learning resources, and spatial ability.
- Katerina Schenke, Elizabeth J. K. H. Redman, Gregory K. W. K. Chung, Sandy M. Chang, Tianying Feng, Charles B. Parks, Jeremy D. Roberts:
Does "Measure Up!" measure up? Evaluation of an iPad app to teach preschoolers measurement concepts.
- Lisa B. Hurwitz, Kelly L. Schmitt:
Can children benefit from early internet exposure? Short- and long-term links between internet use, digital skill, and academic performance.
- Dermot Francis Donnelly-Hermosillo, Libby F. Gerard, Marcia C. Linn:
Impact of graph technologies in K-12 science and mathematics education.
- Shu-Yun Chien, Gwo-Jen Hwang, Morris Siu-yung Jong:
Effects of peer assessment within the context of spherical video-based virtual reality on EFL students' English-Speaking performance and learning perceptions.
- Oliver McGarr, Ciarán Ó Gallchóir:
Examining supervising field instructors' reporting and assessment of technology use by pre-service teachers on school placement.
- Maren Oberländer, Andrea Beinicke, Tanja Bipp:
Digital competencies: A review of the literature and applications in the workplace.
- Erin K. Chiou, Noah L. Schroeder, Scotty D. Craig:
How we trust, perceive, and learn from virtual humans: The influence of voice quality.
- Nee Nee Chan, Priyadharshini Ahrumugam, Herbert Scheithauer, Anja Schultze-Krumbholz, Pei Boon Ooi:
A hermeneutic phenomenological study of students' and school counsellors' "lived experiences" of cyberbullying and bullying.
- Joshua Wood, Dermot Francis Donnelly-Hermosillo:
Corrigendum to "Learning chemistry nomenclature: Comparing the use of an electronic game versus a study guide approach" [Computers & Education 141 November 2019 103615].
- Feiya Luo, Pavlo D. Antonenko, E. Christine Davis:
Exploring the evolution of two girls' conceptions and practices in computational thinking in science.
- Lisa Thomas, Elizabeth Orme, Finola Kerrigan:
Student Loneliness: The Role of Social Media Through Life Transitions.
- Vo Ngoc Hoi:
Understanding higher education learners' acceptance and use of mobile devices for language learning: A Rasch-based path modeling approach.
- Eloho Ifinedo, Jenni Rikala, Timo Hämäläinen:
Factors affecting Nigerian teacher educators' technology integration: Considering characteristics, knowledge constructs, ICT practices and beliefs.
- Renée S. Jansen, Anouschka van Leeuwen, Jeroen Janssen, Rianne Conijn, Liesbeth Kester:
Supporting learners' self-regulated learning in Massive Open Online Courses.
- Paula G. de Barba, Donia Malekian, Eduardo Araujo Oliveira, James Bailey, Tracii Ryan, Gregor E. Kennedy:
The importance and meaning of session behaviour in a MOOC.
- Chia-Jung Chang, Chen-Chung Liu, Cai-Ting Wen, Li-Wen Tseng, Hsin-Yi Chang, Ming-Hua Chang, Shih-Hsun Fan Chiang, Fu-Kwun Hwang, Chih-Wei Yang:
The impact of light-weight inquiry with computer simulations on science learning in classrooms.
- Shao-Chen Chang, Ting-Chia Hsu, Morris Siu-yung Jong:
Integration of the peer assessment approach with a virtual reality design system for learning earth science.
- José A. Ruipérez Valiente, Sherif A. Halawa, Rachel Slama, Justin Reich:
Using multi-platform learning analytics to compare regional and global MOOC learning in the Arab world.
- Jiahui Wang, Pavlo D. Antonenko, Kara M. Dawson:
Does visual attention to the instructor in online video affect learning and learner perceptions? An eye-tracking analysis.
- Isa Jahnke, Julia Liebscher:
Three types of integrated course designs for using mobile technologies to support creativity in higher education.
- John L. Nietfeld:
Predicting transfer from a game-based learning environment.
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