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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1992 Volume 20, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Educational Software--It Isn't Always

    Nikunj P. Dalal

    Discussion of the instructional effectiveness of educational software focuses on a study of undergraduates that investigated the effectiveness of a problem-solving program designed to assist... More

    pp. 169-78

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  2. A Comparison of Using a Microcomputer, Precision Teaching, and Worksheets to Master Basic Multiplication Facts

    Nancy Nesbitt Vacc

    Discusses methods for teaching mathematics skills and describes a study of third graders that compared student performances on worksheets, a microcomputer drill and practice program, and daily one-... More

    pp. 179-98

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  3. Effects of Individual versus Paired/Cooperative Computer-Assisted Instruction on the Effectiveness and Efficiency of an In-Service Training Lesson

    Joseph R. Makuch

    Describes a study that compared individual computer-assisted instruction (CAI) with paired/cooperative CAI as a method of providing inservice training for cooperative extension agents on the topic ... More

    pp. 199-208

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  4. The Experience Factor in Computer Anxiety and Interest

    Peter Akinsola Okebukola

    This study examined ways in which experience in computer usage influences the manifestation of computer anxiety and computer interest in high school students in Western Australia. Use of the... More

    pp. 221-29

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  5. The Design and Implementation of Local and Wide Area Networks in Student Affairs

    Gary D. Malaney

    Discussion of the use of local and wide area networks on college campuses highlights the design and implementation of a wide area network within the division of student affairs at the University of... More

    pp. 231-39

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