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Forty Years of Computers and Education [chapter]

Deryn Watson
IFIP International Federation for Information Processing  
For forty years the relationship between computers and education has been engaged in a headlong journey, foil of ups and downs, wild swerves to right and left, somehow both exhilarating and frightening  ...  The presentation, from one who is neither a computer scientist nor mathematician, will aim to portray a particular perspective on this roller-coaster relationship.  ...  So I have chosen to characterise this as a roller-coaster relationship. The evidential base for my research on the history of TC3 has been varied.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34741-7_1 dblp:conf/ifip3/Watson06 fatcat:5gkw7yeigfdvvfjvpoztkvsjfq

Correlating reaction time and nausea measures with traditional measures of cybersickness

Keith Nesbitt, Simon Davis, Karen Blackmore, Eugene Nalivaiko
2017 Displays (Guildford)  
We provoked cybersickness in participants by immersing them in one of two virtual roller coaster rides using a head-mounted display.  ...  Abstract We provoked cybersickness in participants by immersing them in one of two virtual roller coaster rides using a head-mounted display.  ...  A broad application of this technology remains the domain of training and education.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.displa.2017.01.002 fatcat:aogxzdk5n5fizclxz2c3zxk3iq

Temporal Development of Sense of Presence and Cybersickness during an Immersive VR Experience

Sebastian Thorp, Alexander Sævild Ree, Simone Grassini
2022 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
During the experiment, participants were exposed to a virtual roller coaster and presented orally with questions aimed to quantify their perceived sense of presence and cybersickness.  ...  Studies investigating the relationship between sense of presence and cybersickness have reported heterogeneous results.  ...  Specifically, experiencing a roller coaster ride, either virtual or real, may be sickness inducing (even though in the case of a real roller coaster, we would refer more properly to the phenomenon of motion  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti6050031 fatcat:ikenf4y7mjbqrfuhhfvuaybsre

Wet 'n Wild: When Water Rides Should be Subject to the Highest Duty of Care

2015 Kansas Law Review  
[But] passengers are not watching a movie about roller coasters; rather, they are on the roller coaster.  ...  So, a rail-based ride could be a roller coaster, a train ride, or another similar ride.  ... 
doi:10.17161/1808.20286 fatcat:3otvf7aalrauxg4t6xyuu5fuem

Metaphor interpretation and use: A window into semantics in schizophrenia

B. Elvevåg, K. Helsen, M. De Hert, K. Sweers, G. Storms
2011 Schizophrenia Research  
Metaphor interpretation and use provide a useful methodology with which to probe semantics since metaphors are critical in reasoning processes and in how conceptual knowledge is organized.  ...  other metaphors to describe the meaning of a metaphor.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Ed Wisniewski Ph.D. for useful discussions concerning the design of this study, and Wouter Voorspoels for programming the randomization tests.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.schres.2011.07.009 pmid:21821395 fatcat:3j3x4fzn5vappagdysyorpzp6y

Social Media to the Rescue: PK-12 Teachers' Mental Health during a Pandemic

Richard G. Shrubb, Lorraine A. Jacques
2020 American Journal of Educational Research  
Researchers reviewed the disaster-response plans of four of America's largest school districts for background, then after receiving IRB approval and permission from the group administer, researchers reviewed  ...  The purpose of this study is to research how K-12 teachers are using social media for advice, teaching activities, and support.  ...  up on the computer for lunch and ate together.  ... 
doi:10.12691/education-8-10-5 fatcat:7py2xx4pmbaxpagqxe4ig2p7tm

An Exploratory Study to Understand the Scope of Privately Managed Elementary Schools in India

Pulak Das
2014 International Journal of Education  
Rather than simply advocating that all children should suffer some terror, it is with the same logic of the pleasurable fear of a roller-coaster that this novel is frightening in its use of gothic tropes  ...  Children can use reading to escape from their real worlds and isolate themselves from real relationships as a function of denial.  ... 
doi:10.5296/ije.v6i1.4991 fatcat:u7gongrrdrgw5agz4l6ofq2luq

Development of a knowledge sharing framework for improving the testing processes in global product development

Joseph Paul Zammit, James Gao, Richard Evans
2016 International Journal of Product Lifecycle Management  
The investigation consisted of three sections, viz. observations and process modelling, utilisation metrics and a questionnaire-based investigation, from which a proposed framework to improve and reduce  ...  This research focuses specifically on the improvement of the utilisation of product testing facilities and the links to its main internal stakeholders -PD engineers.  ...  Systematic strategies for testing all the phases of the failure rate curve can be derived based on maturity index on reliability analysis, the knowledge of the four-phased roller coaster curve and the  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijplm.2016.078853 fatcat:3ncsvbqkojgzxfr5ymopt3vwwe

Differential hedonic experience and behavioral activation in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder

Ivy F. Tso, Tyler B. Grove, Stephan F. Taylor
2014 Psychiatry Research  
SZ and BP showed differential patterns of relationships between the hedonic experience and behavioral activation measures.  ...  SZ and BP showed equally elevated levels of self-report negative affect and trait anhedonia compared to HC.  ...  BACS composite scores were computed with reference to normal data of 83 healthy controls (30% female; age = 40.5 ± 11.7; parental education = 16.2 ± 2.6 years) from multiple studies by our research team  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.psychres.2014.06.030 pmid:24999173 pmcid:PMC4143463 fatcat:hez3w63ztbhwxfklefp5sldbrq

Identifying Serials Trends through Twenty Years of NASIG Conference Proceedings: A Content Analysis

June Garner, Karen Davidson, Virginia Kay Williams
2008 Serials review  
Serials industry: Activities of publishers, vendors, and subscription agents, including their relationships with libraries.  ...  Blessinger and Frasier observed that analyzing a field of literature using issues of deciding whether to purchase materials or provide access to materials through licensing agreements and resource sharing  ...  The authors developed a thematic coding scheme. They read all published conference reports to develop an understanding of the range of topics discussed at NASIG.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.serrev.2007.12.007 fatcat:7hghprapfzgtpktmypjkher3d4

Identifying Serials Trends through Twenty Years of NASIG Conference Proceedings: A Content Analysis

June Garner, Karen Davidson, Virginia Kay Williams
2008 Serials review  
Serials industry: Activities of publishers, vendors, and subscription agents, including their relationships with libraries.  ...  Blessinger and Frasier observed that analyzing a field of literature using issues of deciding whether to purchase materials or provide access to materials through licensing agreements and resource sharing  ...  The authors developed a thematic coding scheme. They read all published conference reports to develop an understanding of the range of topics discussed at NASIG.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00987913.2008.10765160 fatcat:fpaq7km6gjeuph5dniypal6prq

Work, Love, and the Family Involvement of African American Men

Vânia Penha-Lopes
2008 AmeriQuests  
Paternal involvement is both a function of structural constraints and of men's interpretations and actions about them.  ...  This article examines the impact of men's job experiences and love relationships on their family involvement.  ...  births. 6 Typically, they described those experiences as -beautiful,‖ -blessed events,‖ and -suspenseful like a roller-coaster ride.‖ Since several had taken birth classes, they claimed not have been  ... 
doi:10.15695/amqst.v6i1.121 fatcat:h3nslbvyvng2hgxkre4i5tdyy4

Southern Rural Public Schools: A Study of Teacher Perspectives

Leah McCoy
2015 The Qualitative Report  
Fr om a thematic analysis of the tape-recorded interviews of forty-one mathematics teachers, five categories emerged, each comprising a qualitative aspect of teaching high school in an economically depressed  ...  In addition, the relationships among these categories, which form a destructive cycle of poverty, low expectations, poor academic achievement, and inadequate opportunity, are discussed.  ...  Another said, "Kids are on an emotional roller coaster. Home lives are broken." One teacher estimated that 80 percent of his students come from dysfunctional homes.  ... 
doi:10.46743/2160-3715/2006.1657 fatcat:zmjgpuvnpzav3bybsrwmto6xta

Why Are People Downloading the Freeware AIDA Diabetes Computing Software Program: A Pilot Study

Eldon D. Lehmann
2002 Diabetes Technology & Therapeutics  
AIDA is a diabetes computer program that permits the interactive simulation of plasma insulin and blood glucose profiles for teaching, demonstration, and self-learning purposes.  ...  Two hundred forty-four responses (38.0%) were received from patients with diabetes, and 73 (11.4%) from relatives of patients, with fewer responses from doctors, students, diabetes educators, nurses, pharmacists  ...  I would like to try this program to use as a tool to help attain a higher level of control and help us to hone in on possibilities for glucose roller coasters.  ... 
doi:10.1089/152091502321118810 pmid:12685803 fatcat:4ghabdm365bsrg6kyvrh776ca4

Relational Understanding of the Derivative Concept through Mathematical Modeling: A Case Study

2016 Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science and Technology Education  
The purpose of this study was to investigate three second-year graduate students' awareness and understanding of the relationships among the "big ideas" that underlie the concept of derivative through  ...  The modeling tasks consisting of warm-up, modeleliciting, and model-exploration activities were used to stimulate participants to reflect and construct ideas about the concept of change.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Work reported here is based upon a research project supported by the Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TÜBİTAK) under grant number 110K250.  ... 
doi:10.12973/eurasia.2015.1149a fatcat:5lyj6h7fhjc3fgunimmf3txgwu
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