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Investigating faculty decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: Theory and empirical tests
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We assess faculty's awareness of the benefits of Web 2.0 to supplement in-class learning and better understand faculty's decisions to adopt these tools using the decomposed theory of planned behavior. Expand
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Examining student decisions to adopt Web 2.0 technologies: theory and empirical tests
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The purpose of this study was to examine student awareness of the pedagogical benefits of Web 2.0 to supplement in-class learning and to better understand factors that influence student decisions to adopt these tools. Expand
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Analysis of Elementary School Web Sites
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We identified goals and functions of elementary school Web sites and used the foundations of effective Web site design to develop an evaluation checklist. Expand
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Issues Affecting Cross-Cultural Adaptation of International Graduate Students
The purpose of this study was to identify and analyze the adjustment problems encountered by international graduate students enrolled in American universities. Issues of interest included motives forExpand
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Geographic and Political Boundaries in Upper Silesia
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Teacher Education Programs and Online Learning Tools: Innovations in Teacher Preparation
JRichard Hartshorne is an Associate Professor of Educational Technology at the University of Central Florida. He earned his Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Florida. At theExpand
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Investigating Web 2.0 Application Impacts on Knowledge Workers' Decisions and Performance
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This paper empirically investigates the impact of hedonic and utilitarian performance on continual usage intention of Web 2.0 applications within the organization, and examines continuance use decision impact on knowledge management performance. Expand
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Preparing Current and Future Teachers to Teach With Technology
Abstract Recent research as well as local, state, and national mandates promote an increased role of technology in teaching and learning. In response to this call, K–12 institutions and colleges ofExpand
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Effects of Integrating Hypermedia into Elementary Science Professional Development on Science Content Knowledge
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This study examined whether the integration of hypermedia into elementary science professional development workshops resulted in greater increases in the science content knowledge of elementary teachers of science than traditional methods of elementary scienceprofessional development workshops, when compared to the control group. Expand
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Secondary Schools Online: Are High School Web Sites Effective?
ABSTRACT High schools have traditionally focused on the in-depth instruction of specific subject matter and have served as both a preparatory phase for higher education for some students and anExpand
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