This site was created to gain insight into research regarding technology-mediated student engagement.


ED 6610 Research in Computers in the Curriculum
Memorial University

Allan Carter

When engagement is characterized by the full range of on-task behaviour, positive emotions, invested cognition, and personal voice, it functions as the engine for learning and development.

                                                                                                        - J. Reeve (2006)

Considering new media technology as pervasive is powerful. This view of technology acknowledges what today's students take for granted and expect - technology that merges seamlessly into their work and play.

                       - Arnone M.P., Small, R.V., Chauncey, S.A., & McKenna H.P. (2011)

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