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Promoting self-regulated learning in web-based learning environments
Self-regulated learning with the Internet or hypermedia requires not only cognitive learning strategies, but also specific and general meta-cognitive strategies. The purposes of the Study2000Expand
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Interactivity and Learners’ Achievement in Web-Based Learning
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Game-based practice versus traditional practice in computer-based writing strategy training: effects on motivation and achievement
Achieving sustained student engagement with practice in computer-based writing strategy training can be a challenge. One potential solution is to foster engagement by embedding practice inExpand
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Digital support for academic writing: A review of technologies and pedagogies
Abstract This paper presents a review of the technologies designed to support writing instruction in secondary and higher education. The review covers tools to support first and second languageExpand
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Computer-based scaffolding to facilitate students' development of expertise in academic writing
Research on expert performance suggests that deliberate practice provides optimal opportunities for expertise development. This study examined whether the provision of computer-based scaffoldingExpand
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Information-Processing Approach
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Konstruktion interaktiver Lernaufgaben für die universitäre Lehre
Lernaufgaben anzubieten gehort zu den ublichen Methoden, eine intensive und aktive Auseinandersetzung mit Lerninhalten anzuregen. Dazu eignen sich insbesondere computergestutzte interaktiveExpand
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Informal Learning with Technology: The Effects of Self-Constructing Externalizations
ABSTRACT Especially in the context of technology-enhanced informal learning, it is crucial to understand how to design information sources in such a way that learners are not overwhelmed by theExpand
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Distributing vs. Blocking Learning Questions in a Web-Based Learning Environment
Effective studying in web-based learning environments (web-LEs) requires cognitive engagement and demands learners to regulate their learning activities. One way to support learners in web-LEs is toExpand
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Who benefits from a low versus high guidance CSCL script and why?
Computer-supported collaborative learning (CSCL) scripts can foster learners’ deep text comprehension. However, this depends on (a) the extent to which the learning activities targeted by a scriptExpand
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