ICT papers



User Interface and ICT papers

 Passig, David & Moskovitch, Eviatar (2014). Homework persistency in math education through online digitally hand written submission. Journal of Educational Computing Research
 
 

Passig, David & Cohen, Lizi (2014). Measuring the style of innovative thinking amongst engineering students. Research in Science & Technological Education

http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/bMrwY7mIA9ydfiRpMtHr/full 

 
  Passig, David & Maidel-Kravetsky, Jeny. (2014). The impact of collaborative online reading on summarizing skills. Education & Information Technologies
 
 

Passig, David (2014). Usage patterns of communication interfaces for social support among at-risk adolescents. Education and Information Technologies. Accepted February 2013 Online first, March 2013 - DOI:10.1007/s10639-013-9254-z

 

 

  

Passig, David & Nadler, Liav. (2010) Structural and conceptual user interfaces and their impact on Learning. Education & Information Technologies. 15(1), 51-56

 

 

Passig, David & Schwartz, Gali (2007) Collaborative writing: Online versus frontal. International Journal on E-Learning. 6(3), 395-412


  

     

Passig, David  (2003) Using a lecturer's personal web site to enhance the social interchange among students in an academic course. In Tom J.van Weert and Robert K. Munro(eds). Informatics and Digital Society: Social Ethical and Cognitive issues. Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp 269-276

            

     

 

Passig, David (2001) Future online teachers’ scaffolding: What kind of innovation teachers would like to see on teachers’ distance learning projects? J. of Technology and Teacher Education (JTATE). 9(4), 599-606.

 

     

Passig, David & Levin, Haya (2001) The Interaction between gender, age, and multimedia interface design. Education and Information Technologies. 6(4), 241–250

                 


Passig, David & Levin Haya (2000) Gender preferences for multimedia interfaces. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning. 16, 64-71

  

Passig, David and Levin, Haya (1999) Gender interest differences with multimedia learning interfaces among preschoolers. Computers in Human Behavior. 15(2) 173-183


  

 

Passig, David (1997) A Knowledge Based Model of a Networked Teachers' Training Center for In-Service Training with Information and Communication Technology. In Passey, D. & Samways, B. (eds). Information Technology: Supporting Change through Teacher Education. Chapman & Hall, London, UK, pp. 132-138

 

Passig, David (1996) An Israeli Model of a Networked Teachers' Training Center for Implementation of Information Technology in Curriculum Development. In Benzie, D. & Katz, Y. (eds). Information Technology. IFIP. Laxenburg, Austria, pp. 129-137.

 

 

 

 

 

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