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Elements and implications of a hypertext pedagogy
Computers & Education Vol. 31, No. 2 (1998) pp. 185–193
This paper describes elements of a pedagogy for writing hypertext stories in year eight classes in secondary schools. Over a period of 18 months, 100 students in three schools completed handwritten and hypertext stories. The pedagogical elements...
Topics: Middle School Education
The Reliability of a Micro-Computer Administration of the MMPI
G K. G. Russell
Journal of Counseling Psychology Vol. 42, No. 1 (1986) pp. 120–22
A computerized version of the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory was developed that incorporated both administration and scoring. This method was compared with the original manual form. The results indicated that the test-retest reliability ...
French-Language Satellite TV in the Classroom
Russell G. Rose
Foreign Language Annals Vol. 28, No. 4 (1995) pp. 518–26
This article describes the elements of satellite technology, provides information on French and other foreign-language programming, and offers suggestions for using satellite television in the classroom. (Author/JL)
Discovering Theorems in Abstract Algebra Using the Software "GAP"
Russell D. Blyth; Julianne G. Rainbolt
PRIMUS Vol. 20, No. 3 (2010) pp. 217–227
A traditional abstract algebra course typically consists of the professor stating and then proving a sequence of theorems. As an alternative to this classical structure, the students could be expected to discover some of the theorems even before...
Graphical Models and Computerized Adaptive Testing
Russell G. Almond; Robert J. Mislevy
Applied Psychological Measurement Vol. 23, No. 3 (1999) pp. 223–37
Considers computerized adaptive testing from the perspective of graphical modeling (GM). GM provides methods for making inferences about multifaceted skills and knowledge and for extracting data from complex performances. Provides examples from...
Entertech: An Engine For Personalized, Collaborative Training
Martha G. Russell; Deaton K. Bednar
EdMedia: World Conference on Educational Media and Technology 2001 (2001) pp. 1601–1602
The EnterTech™ Project is a collaborative effort of Texas business, education, and community organizations to develop a job skills training program specific to entry-level manufacturing positions in technology industries critical to the Texas...
Topics: Training, Educational Technology
Agricultural Libraries and Information
Keith W. Russell; Maria G. Pisa
Library Trends Vol. 38, No. 3 (1990) pp. 327–638
Eleven articles address issues relating to agricultural libraries and information, including background on agricultural libraries and information, trend management, document delivery, reference services, user needs and library services, collection...
Two Learner-Based Computerized Courses for Hausa
William R. Leben; Russell G. Schuh
Third Annual Conference of the National Council of Organizations of Less Commonly Taught Languages 2000 (May 2000)
This brief paper discusses the following: video as the core of 2 courses for Hausa; techniques employing new and old technologies for making these videos tools for total cultural immersion; and problems encountered and not always solved...
Interactive Whiteboard Technologies in High School: A Comparison of Their Impact on the Levels of Measure That Determine a Return on Investment
Joseph M. Schipper; Russell G. Yocum
Journal of Educational Technology Systems Vol. 44, No. 4 (2016) pp. 377–403
This quantitative, quasi-experimental, nonequivalent group study examined the impact on levels of measure that determine a return on investment of differing forms of interactive whiteboard (IWB) technology used at a high school in a suburban school...
Managerial tenure under private and government ownership: the case of higher education
Franklin G. Mixon; Russell W. McKenzie
Economics of Education Review Vol. 18, No. 1 pp. 51–58
The present paper offers statistical evidence which suggests that managers of firms in the higher education industry in the United States (universities and colleges) pursue a variety of goals consistent with economic theory in the context of firm...
Effective Live Online Faculty Development Workshops: One Model
Russell D. Blyth; Michael K. May; Julianne G. Rainbolt
Educause Quarterly Vol. 29, No. 4 (2006) pp. 33–40
This article describes live, online faculty development workshops that show faculty how to use software packages (to date, GAP and Maple) in teaching college-level mathematics. The authors' primary goal in this article is to encourage others in any...
When Worlds Collide: Identity, Culture and the Lived Experiences of Research When "Teaching-Led"
John G. Sharp; Brian Hemmings; Russell Kay; Carol Callinan
Journal of Further and Higher Education Vol. 39, No. 5 (2015) pp. 612–644
This article presents detailed findings from the qualitative or interpretive phase of a mixed-methods case study focusing on the professional identities and lived experiences of research among six lecturers working in different capacities across the ...
Synchronizing Education to Adolescent Biology: "Let Teens Sleep, Start School Later"
Paul Kelley; Steven W. Lockley; Russell G. Foster; Jonathan Kelley
Learning, Media and Technology Vol. 40, No. 2 (2015) pp. 210–226
Arne Duncan, US Secretary of State for Education, tweeted in 2013: "let teens sleep, start school later". This paper examines early starts and their negative consequences in the light of key research in the last 30 years in sleep medicine...
A GLOBE Collaboration To Develop Land Cover Data Collection and Analysis Protocols
Mimi Larsen Becker; Russell G. Congalton; Alan Fried; Rebecca Budd
Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 7, No. 1 (1998) pp. 85–96
Focuses on a project of the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) Program that explores whether student data are accurate enough to support rigorous scientific investigations. Reports the results of a team investigation....
Photosynthesis "In Silico". Overcoming the Challenges of Photosynthesis Education Using a Multimedia CD-ROM
A W. Russell; G M. A. Netherwood; S A. Robinson
Bioscience Education Vol. 3 (May 2004)
Photosynthesis is a central topic in biology education. It remains one of the most challenging, largely because of a) its conceptual difficulty, leading to lack of interest and misconceptions among students; b) the difficulties students have in...
Tools for Successful Student-Teacher-Scientist Partnerships
Sherri J. Wormstead; Mimi Larsen Becker; Russell G. Congalton
Journal of Science Education and Technology Vol. 11, No. 3 (2002) pp. 277–87
Examines one of the world's largest student-teacher-scientist partnerships (STSP)--an international environmental science education program called Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE)--and makes recommendations to...
An Internet-Based Telerehabilitation System for the Assessment of Motor Speech Disorders: A Pilot Study
Anne J. Hill; Deborah G. Theodoros; Trevor G. Russell; Louise M. Cahill; Elizabeth C. Ward; Kathy M. Clark
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology Vol. 15, No. 1 (February 2006) pp. 45–56
Purpose: This pilot study explored the feasibility and effectiveness of an Internet-based telerehabilitation application for the assessment of motor speech disorders in adults with acquired neurological impairment. Method: Using a counterbalanced,...
Partial Verbal Redundancy in Multimedia Presentations for Writing Strategy Instruction
Rod D. Roscoe; Matthew E. Jacovina; Danielle Harry; Devin G. Russell; Danielle S. McNamara
Grantee Submission Vol. 29, No. 1 (2015) pp. 669–679
Multimedia instructional materials require learners to select, organize, and integrate information across multiple modalities. To facilitate these comprehension processes, a variety of multimedia design principles have been proposed. This study...
Making Sense of the Data from Complex Assessments
Robert J. Mislevy; Linda S. Steinberg; F Jay Breyer; Russell G. Almond; Lynn Johnson
Applied Measurement in Education Vol. 15, No. 4 (2002) pp. 363–89
Presents a design framework that incorporates integrated structures for modeling knowledge and skills, designing tasks, and extracting and synthesizing evidence. Illustrates these ideas in the context of a project that assesses problem solving in...
LIS Dissertation Titles and Abstracts (1930-2009): Where Have All the Librar* Gone?
Craig S. Finlay; Cassidy R. Sugimoto; Daifeng Li; Terrell G. Russell
Library Quarterly Vol. 82, No. 1 (January 2012) pp. 29–46
This article examines the topicality of Library and Information Science (LIS) dissertations written between 1930 and 2009 at schools with American Library Association (ALA)--accredited university programs in North America. Dissertation titles and...
Modeling Diagnostic Assessments with Bayesian Networks
Russell G. Almond; Louis V. DiBello; Brad Moulder; Juan-Diego Zapata-Rivera
Journal of Educational Measurement Vol. 44, No. 4 (2007) pp. 341–359
This paper defines Bayesian network models and examines their applications to IRT-based cognitive diagnostic modeling. These models are especially suited to building inference engines designed to be synchronous with the finer grained student models...