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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1993 Volume 21, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. An Innovative Application of the Macintosh Classic II Computer for Distance Education

    Stephen Olejnik & Linda Wang

    Describes the use of a microcomputer as a communication link to provide instruction simultaneously to graduate students on campus and off campus for a course on statistical methods at the... More

    pp. 87-101

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  2. Doing Homework on a Telecommunications Network

    Lee Mountain

    Describes the use of a telecommunications network by elementary school students in Texas for doing extra-credit homework. A pilot project in an innercity school that used equipment provided by a... More

    pp. 103-7

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  3. An Interactive Computer-Based Conferencing System to Accommodate Students' Learning Process

    Hossein Saiedian

    Describes an integrated computer-based conferencing and mail system called ICMS (Integrated Conferencing and Mail System) that was developed to encourage students to participate in class... More

    pp. 109-23

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  4. NovaNET Applications within Innovative Course Design for Preservice Teachers

    Jack V. Powell

    Describes the use of computer simulations and related computer-based instruction (CBI) lessons on the NovaNET (formerly PLATO) system in the early childhood preservice teacher education program at ... More

    pp. 125-39

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  5. The Techniques of Teletraining--New Enhancements

    Mahima Ranjan Kundu

    Discusses potential benefits of audio and video teletraining as an effective tool for distance education in the Department of Defense. Teletraining needs assessment is addressed; instructional... More

    pp. 141-44

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  6. Using Multimedia in the Multicultural Classroom

    Marta E. Fabris

    Discusses the use of multimedia technology in multicultural elementary and secondary school classrooms. Highlights include types of multimedia technology, including hypermedia, voice/sound... More

    pp. 163-71

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