One of their most recent publications is Measuring critical components of digital literacy and their relationships with learning. Which was published in journal Computers & Education.

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Jeffrey Alan Greene's Articles: (3)

Measuring critical components of digital literacy and their relationships with learning

Highlights•Digital literacy defined as self-regulated learning and epistemic cognition.•Think-aloud protocol methodology used to gather data.•Alternative methods for preparing, analyzing, and representing data explored.•Relations found among digital literacy constructs and Internet learning gains.

Serious challenges require serious scholarship: Integrating implementation science into the scholarly discourse

Highlights•Implementation science is identified as a key contribution of this special issue.•Implications for theory, practice, dissemination, and preparation are identified.•The scholarship of implementation should be integrated into educational psychology.

Domain-specificity of self-regulated learning processing in science and history

Highlights•We investigated the domain-specificity of self-regulated learning with computers.•Investigation of think-aloud protocol data supported data-driven analysis.•We found high-level strategies that were commonly predictive across domains.•Predictive validity of planning and monitoring processes differed across domains.•We provide support for our method of studying domain-specificity and learning.

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