Genevieve Marie Johnson
Genevieve Marie Johnson
Associate Professor, Curtin University
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Handbook of research on educational communications and technology
JM Spector, MD Merrill, J Elen, MJ Bishop
Springer, 2014
Synchronous and asynchronous text-based CMC in educational contexts: A review of recent research
GM Johnson
TechTrends 50 (4), 46-53, 2006
Student alienation, academic achievement, and WebCT use
GM Johnson
Journal of Educational Technology & Society 8 (2), 179-189, 2005
An ecological framework for conceptualizing educational risk
GM Johnson
Urban Education 29 (1), 34-49, 1994
Internet use and psychological wellness during late adulthood
J Erickson, GM Johnson
Canadian Journal on Aging/la Revue canadienne du vieillissement 30 (2), 197-209, 2011
Internet use and child development: The techno-microsystem
G Johnson
Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology (AJEDP) 10, 32-43, 2010
Internet use and child development: Validation of the ecological techno-subsystem
GM Johnson
Journal of Educational Technology & Society 13 (1), 176-185, 2010
Internet use during childhood and the ecological techno-subsystem.
GM Johnson, KP Puplampu
Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology 34 (1), n1, 2008
Principles of instruction for at-risk learners
GM Johnson
Preventing School Failure: Alternative Education for Children and Youth 42á…, 1998
Resilient at-risk students in the inner-city
GM Johnson
McGill Journal of Education/Revue des sciences de l'Úducation de McGill 32 (001), 1997
Undergraduate student attrition: A comparison of the characteristics of students who withdraw and students who persist.
GM Johnson
Alberta journal of educational research, 1994
Young children’s Internet use at home and school: Patterns and profiles
GM Johnson
Journal of Early Childhood Research 8 (3), 282-293, 2010
The relative learning benefits of synchronous and asynchronous text-based discussion.
G Johnson
British Journal of Educational Technology 39 (1), 166-169, 2008
Leadership of highly creative people in highly creative fields: A historiometric study of scientific leaders
WB Vessey, JD Barrett, MD Mumford, G Johnson, B Litwiller
The Leadership Quarterly 25 (4), 672-691, 2014
A conceptual framework for understanding the effect of the Internet on child development: The ecological techno-subsystem.
G Johnson, K Puplampu
Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology 34, 19-28, 2008
On-campus and fully-online university students: Comparing demographics, digital technology use and learning characteristics
GM Johnson
Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 12 (1), 4, 2015
Dimensions of online behavior: Toward a user typology
GM Johnson, A Kulpa
CyberPsychology & Behavior 10 (6), 773-780, 2007
Internet use and cognitive development: A theoretical framework
G Johnson
E-Learning and Digital Media 3 (4), 565-573, 2006
Constructivist Remediation: Correction in Context.
GM Johnson
International Journal of Special Education 19 (1), 72-88, 2004
Attitude toward instructional technology following required versus optional WebCT usage
G Johnson, A Howell
Journal of Technology and Teacher Education 13 (4), 643-654, 2005
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