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Orchard, Ryan K. – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2019
Learning management systems (LMS) allow for a variety of ways in which online multiple-choice assessments ("tests") can be configured, including the ability to allow for multiple attempts and options for which of and how the attempts will count. These options are usually chosen according to the instinct of the instructor; however, LMS…
Descriptors: Integrated Learning Systems, Data Use, Electronic Learning, Assignments
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Kaldor, Eric; Flacks, Gabriel – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2014
This article considers how instructors with larger classes can utilize Web 2.0 tools to help students develop as writers. Meeting the needs of readers defines strong writing, yet students need to interact with authentic audiences to learn to do this well. A growing body of educators is exploring how blogging can be used to enhance student…
Descriptors: College Students, Writing Instruction, Large Group Instruction, Electronic Journals
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Zogheib, Salah – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2014
As the majority of educational research has focused on preservice teachers' computer use for "educational purposes," the question remains: Do preservice teachers use computer technology for daily life activities and encounters? And do preservice teachers' personality traits and motivational beliefs related to computer training provided…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Computer Use, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Technology
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Gregory, Karen M. – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 2011
While many may disparage the online website Rate my Professor, it remains a popular public evaluation site for students to post their evaluations and commentary on their professors. What implications can be drawn about students' perceptions of instruction and what are the implications of students' perceptions for professors and their work? Using…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Attitudes, Validity, Educational Quality
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Duchastel, Philip – Journal of Educational Technology Systems, 1989
Describes the design and development of an instructional game, GEO, in which the user learns elements of Canadian geography. The use of knowledge-based artificial intelligence techniques is discussed, the use of HyperCard in the design of GEO is explained, and future directions are suggested. (15 references) (Author/LRW)
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Computer Games, Computer System Design, Educational Games