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Evaluating the use of layered curriculum and technology to increase comprehension and motivation in a middle school classroom
Convergence in the classroom: Expanding new media delivery and content in journalism and broadcast courses
The design and development of a theoretically grounded hypermedia learning environment: EASE History
Effects of virtual manipulatives with open-ended versus structured questions on students' knowledge of slope
A programmatic profile of the uses, skills, and beliefs of preservice teacher education students and their instructors regarding online technologies
The effect of learning type and avatar similarity on learning outcomes in educational video games
Building a technology inclusive agency: A case study of technology use by women in recovery
Online reading comprehension strategies among general and special education elementary and middle school students
Gaming their way: Learning in simulation strategy video games?
Students with learning disabilities and the World Wide Web: Teaching information problem solving to improve expository report writing
On becoming technology fluent: Digital classrooms and middle aged teachers
Optimal item pool design for a highly constrained computerized adaptive test
The effect of fitting a unidimensional IRT model to multidimensional data in content-balanced computerized adaptive testing
Examination of the relationship between self-directedness and outcomes of the online COP training program in the Turkish National Police context
Why do some preservice teachers trust digital technology and others don't? Conceptualizing the intersection of trust, technology, and education
Effects of providing a rationale for learning a lesson on students' motivation and learning in online learning environments
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