### TABLE 3 OLS Regression Predicting Web-Use Skill Measured as Percentage of Tasks Completed Successfully

### Table 11. Skills from this Class will be Useful in

in Tracking an Innovation in Introductory CS Education from a Research University to a Two-Year College

2005

"... In PAGE 4: ...0% 0.0% However, when students were asked about the relevance of the skills they learned in the class, their responses were much more positive ( Table11 ). 59.... ..."

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### Table 2 Comfort and skill using computers. Technology Attitudes and Computer Skill Mean

"... In PAGE 6: ...A second group of questions in the survey was intended to measure general attitudes about the Internet and computer proficiency. Mean ratings for the six questions covering this area can be found in Table2 . This group appears to be technologically advanced, using computing equipment almost every day and generally agreeing that they know a lot about computers.... ..."

### Table 8. Indicators of the informants apos; skill using the Web.

"... In PAGE 11: ... The informants who participated in this study varied considerably in terms of their skill using the Web (see box 5 in Figure 2). Table8 summarizes the values that the informants provided for four indicators of a Web user apos;s skill level: confidence using the Web, frequency of Web use, hours of Web use per week, and years using the Web. Table 8.... ..."

### TABLE 1 Short list of activities used to exercise skills within levels of the hierarchy. These activities were used in experimental sections.

### Table 4 Interaction of Knowledge amp; Skills x Time on Student Use

"... In PAGE 36: ...redictor of student use by itself (beta = .09), but the interaction term was (beta = .18). It appears that teachers with higher knowledge and skills may require available time before they are able to implement substantial amounts of student use. Table4 shows the result of dividing the sample into four groups based on their z-scores on Time and Knowledge amp; Skills. The interaction effect for teacher use was not particularly strong.... ..."

### Table 8. Relationship between skill with CMC tools and CMC tool use.

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"... In PAGE 13: ... It is interesting to note that skill with e-mail is related to use of all three tools, and skill with news is related to use of all but the Notebook. Skill with the Notebook, on the other hand, is related only to use of the Notebook (see Table8 for a summary of the correlations). This relationship between skill with e-mail and news and the use of all CMC tools makes some sense, as the basic skills needed to use e-mail and news are common to most text-based tools.... ..."

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### Table 4. Statistics for a partial list of the skills, students and the overall model. Intercept for skill is the initial difficulty level for each skill. Slope is the learning rate. Avg Practice Opportunties is the average amount of practice per skill across all students. Initial Probabltiy is the estimated probability of getting a problem correct in the first opportunity to use a skill accross all students. Avg Probability and Final Probability are the success probability to use a skill at the average amount of opportunities and the last opportunity, respectively.

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### Table 4. Statistics for a partial list of the skills, students and the overall model. Intercept for skill is the initial difficulty level for each skill. Slope is the learning rate. Avg Practice Opportunties is the average amount of practice per skill across all students. Initial Probabltiy is the estimated probability of getting a problem correct in the first opportunity to use a skill accross all students. Avg Probability and Final Probability are the success probability to use a skill at the average amount of opportunities and the last opportunity, respectively.

2006

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