Volum 6, 2007

A Case Study of the Relationship Between Socio-Epistemological Teaching Orientations
and Instructor Perceptions of Pedagogy in Online Environments

Perry Phillips, John Wells, Phillip Ice, Reagan Curtis, & Rachel Kennedy

Identifying Influences on Attitudes and Self-Efficacy Beliefs Towards Technology Integration
Among Pre-Service Educators

Jason T. Abbitt & Mitchell D. Klett

Web-Based Teacher Preparation Programs and Elementary Education: Will Principals
Hire These Teachers?

John A. Huss

Scaffolding Knowledge Construction through Robotic Technology:
A Middle School Case Study

Joan Chambers, Mike Carbonaro, & Marion Rex

A Study of Student Attitudes and Performance in an Online Introductory Business Statistics Class
Sue B. Schou

We Want to be Teachers, Not Programmers: In Pursuit of Relevance and Authenticity for
Initial Teacher Education Students Studying an Information Technology Subject at an
Australian University

Anthony Chan & Mark J. W. Lee

Innovative Applications of Classroom Response Systems: Investigating Students’ Item Response
Times in Relation to Final Course Grade, Gender, General Point Average, and High School
ACT Scores

Wilson J. González-Espada & Daniel W. Bullock

'We needed support and it was out there:' Building an Online Learning Community
with Cooperating Teacher

Lisa Wilson Carboni & Jan J. Riggsbee

Technology Leadership: Aspiring Administrators’ Perceptions of Their Leadership
Preparation Program

Traci Redish & Tak Cheung Chan

Collaborative Blogging as a Means to Develop Elementary Expository Writing Skills
Wendy Drexler, Kara Dawson, & Richard E. Ferdig

Volume 5, 2006

Perceptions on the ground: Principals’ perception of government interventions in
high-speed educational networking

Terry Anderson & Jo-An Christiansen

The effects of computer-assisted instruction on Jordanian college students' achievements
in an introductory computer science course

"Mohammed Ali" Ahmed Akour

Creating a working model for technology integration through a lesson planning
WebQuest

Jana Willis

Game designs that enhance motivation and learning for teenagers
Laura Batson & Susan Feinberg

What's it worth? The perceived benefits of instructional blogging
William F. Brescia, Jr. & Michael T. Miller

Can teacher technology integration training alone lead to high levels of technology integration?
A qualitative look at teachers’ technology integration after state mandated technology training

Yali Zhao & Frances LeAnna Bryant

Hypermedia applications in web-based teaching and learning environments:
The role of databases as intermediaries

Richard Hartshorne & Richard E. Ferdig

Featured Reviewer: Ahmed Ali, PhD
Featured Reviewer: Karen Appleby, PhD
Featured Student Reviewer: Pete Molino
Featured Student Reviewer: Shawn Quigley

Acceptance rate for this volume: 32%

Volume 4, 2005

Learning visual literacy through on-line discussions
William T. McInnish & Vivian H. Wright

Stop blaming the teachers: The role of usability testing in bridging the gap between
educators and technology

Jay Buzhardt & Linda Heitzman-Powell

Examining the role of the computer in EFL instruction
Li-Ling Chen

Featured Reviewer
Featured Student Reviewer

Acceptance rate for this volume: 27%

Volume 3, No. 2 Fall 2004

Field-based technology in Idaho middle school science classrooms: An evaluation of
performance and attitude data from students

Martin G. Horejsi & Albert Strickland

A community of information security faculty: An innovative approach to continuous course
development

Keith A. Morneau

Featured Reviewer

Acceptance rate for this volume: 22%

Volume 3, No. 1, Spring 2004

Theory into practice: The design of an online technology skills course for nontraditional
nursing students

(PDF Version)
Suzanne P. Stokes & Krista P. Terry

Preservice teachers' perceptions of an introductory instructional technology course
(PDF version)
Eunjoo Oh & Russell French

Technology and civic empowerment: Toward inclusion and participatory citizenship in
the elementary social studies classroom

(PDF Version)
Martin Horejsi & Beverly B. Ray

Acceptance rate: 40%

Volume 2, No. 2, Fall 2003

Changing instructional practice: The impact of technology integration on students, parents,
and school personnel

(PDF Version)
Jennifer A. Alexiou-Ray, Elizabeth Wilson, Vivian H. Wright & Ann-Marie Peirano

Opening doors with a new set of keys
(PDF Version)
Rosalyn Spivey, Loucretia Collins & Harold Bishop

Acceptance rate: 48%

Volume 2, No. 1, Spring 2003

Construction of teaching metaphors through the use of technology
(PDF Version)
Vivian H. Wright, Cheryl Sundberg, Soundra Yarbrough, Elizabeth Wilson, & B. Joyce Stallworth

Training teachers to evaluate educational tutorial software: A model of intra-school
professional development

(PDF Version)
Boris Handal, Parvin Handal, & Anthony Herrington

Constructing on constructivism: The role of technology
(PDF Version)
Aloka Nanjappa & Michael M. Grant

Editorial
Student-centered electronic journals in the field of education: An overview of four journals

Beverly B. Ray

Acceptance rate: 33%

Volume 1, No. 2, Fall 2002

How students learn new technologies
(PDF Version)
Martha Hocutt, Ronnie Stanford, Vivian H. Wright, & Mark Raines

A view of the research on the efficacy of CAI
(PDF Version)
Michael S. Jenks & John M. Springe
r

What does the literature say about the effectiveness of learner control in computer-assisted
instruction?

(PDF Version)
Ellen Lunts

Acceptance rate: 53%

Volume 1, No. 1, Spring 2002

Public schools and university partnerships: Problems and possibilities
(PDF Version)
Susan K. Patterson, Kathy D. Shaver-Wetzel, & Vivian H. Wright

Visual literacy in teaching and learning: A literature perspective

(PDF Version)
Suzanne Stokes

Technical lessons learned from the design, development, and implementation of a College of Education accreditation web site
(PDF Version)
Charles R. Zimmerly & Stephanie Salzman

Editorial Comment

Acceptance rate: N/A

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