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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1994 Volume 22, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. What Is a Computer in the Classroom? A Deweyan Philosophy for Technology in Education

    Richard S. Croft

    Presents arguments based on the writings of John Dewey which offer support for the continued use of computers in classrooms. Topics discussed include a philosophy for computers in education; the... More

    pp. 301-8

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  2. Managing Computer-Related Anxiety and Stress within Organizations

    John S. Craig

    Discussion of computer-related anxiety and stress focuses on how management, system designers, and technical communicators can help users relieve stress when using computers. Highlights include a... More

    pp. 309-25

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  3. Computer-Aided Negotiation for Classroom Instruction

    Beth H. Jones & Timothy R. Hill

    Describes a computer system being developed to support two-party negotiation to enhance students' learning in the area of dispute resolution. The concept of computer support as an important future ... More

    pp. 327-35

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  4. A Study of the Effectiveness of a Multimedia Intelligent Tutoring System

    Norman D. Livergood

    Describes a study of undergraduates that compared the effectiveness of three instructional delivery systems: printed materials, a computer-based multimedia program, and a multimedia modified... More

    pp. 337-44

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  5. A Computer-Based Self-Diagnosis Program for Distance Learners

    Albert L. Ingram

    Describes a computer-based self-diagnosis study aid designed to assist adult student distance learners prepare for exams by providing practice exams, short quizzes on specific assignments, and... More

    pp. 345-55

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  6. The Effects of Instructional Control, Cognitive Style, and Prior Knowledge on Learning of Computer-Assisted Instruction

    Gwan-Sik Yoon

    Describes a study of Korean elementary school students that was conducted to investigate the effects of differing types of instructional control strategies and cognitive style on achievement in... More

    pp. 357-70

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