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ID 115302
Author
Kashihara, Akihiro The University of Electro-Communications
Keywords
copy and paste
information memorization
investigative report writing
plagiarism
recall test
web
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
Comparative experiments about two copy-and-paste methods, i.e., mouse-based and typing-based methods, were conducted to clarify the effects of the methods. The experiments were conducted for a period of five years with graduate students in the context of an investigative report writing assignment and they were focused on a recall test as the primary survey method. The experimental results demonstrated that the typing-based method imposes a burden on students and reduces report writing efficiency; however, it is more effective for information memorization than the mouse-based method.
Journal Title
The Journal of Information and Systems in Education
ISSN
1348236X
21863679
NCID
AA1182173X
Publisher
Japanese Society for Information and Systems in Education
Volume
17
Issue
1
Start Page
17
End Page
26
Published Date
2018-05-19
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language
eng
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Science and Technology