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Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Meeting

February 1997

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Number of papers: 6

  1. Information Technology Education in a Cooperative Environment: Design and Evaluation

    Betty Collis & Jeroen Breman

    Problem-centered project work, involving groups who work and learn collaboratively, is an important form of instructional organization. This is especially true for students learning about the... More

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  2. Navigation Maps in a Computer-Networked Hypertext Learning System

    Chien Chou & Hua Lin

    A study of first-year college students (n=121) in Taiwan investigated the effects of navigation maps and learner cognitive styles on performance in searches for information, estimation of course... More

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  3. A Qualitative Look at Preservice Teacher's Perceptions of the Future of Computers in Education

    Heidi L. Schnackenberg & Wilhelmina C. Savenye

    A qualitative study was conducted to determine the perceptions of preservice teachers on how computers will be used in schools in the future. Undergraduate students (n=40) were given a 60-minute... More

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  4. Learning English Electronically: Formative Evaluation in ESL Software

    Heidi L. Schnackenberg

    Learning English Electronically (LEE), a computer software package designed for adult English as a Second Language (ESL) students enrolled in intermediate level community college ESL classes, was... More

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  5. Exemplary Practices in Computer Conferencing

    Earl R. Misanchuk, Dirk Morrison & Margareth E. Peterson

    Computer conferencing (CC) is rapidly becoming a viable and useful adjunct to many distance education delivery systems. This paper deals with the general questions of what might constitute... More

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  6. A Beginner's Guide to Computer Conferencing

    Earl R. Misanchuk, Dirk Morrison & Margareth E. Peterson

    This paper explains the similarities and differences between electronic mail and computer conferencing, and identifies the features one should look for in a modern conferencing system. It also... More

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