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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1996 Volume 24, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Designing Hypermedia Systems for Instruction

    Chia-Shing Yang & David M. Moore

    Explores the principles and theories relevant to the design of effective hypermedia courseware. Proposes a hypermedia design: micro-(node) design, dealing with the creation of discrete information ... More

    pp. 3-30

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  2. Teaching Real-World Issues: Comparison of Written versus Annotated Still Image Case Study

    Chetan S. Sankar

    Compares the effectiveness of two methods for teaching project management issues: written case studies and information technology (IT)-based case studies. Both methods were evaluated on the... More

    pp. 31-53

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  3. Performance Support Systems for Learning

    Philippe Duchastel & Joyce Lang

    Considers how performance support systems (PSSs) fit within a business training framework with its own ideal training principles and examines what theoretical principles of learning underlie... More

    pp. 55-65

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  4. Gender Representations in Mathematics Software

    Carol L. Hodes

    A review of current elementary mathematics software found that 41.7% of the programs had main characters that were gender identifiable; of these, 12.5% were female. The female characters all... More

    pp. 67-73

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  5. An Assessment of Computer-Assisted Instruction Dissertations: 1988-1993

    Kwoting Fang

    Examines trends in computer-assisted instruction dissertations by reviewing 322 dissertation abstracts, categorizing them by year, geography, academic area, mode, beneficiary, and thrust. Results... More

    pp. 75-81

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  6. Differences among Urban, Suburban, and Rural Schools on Technology Access and Use in Eighth-Grade Mathematics Classrooms

    Emiel W. Owens & Hersholt C. Waxman

    Examines technology access and use in urban, suburban, and rural schools by using data from the eighth-grade cohort of the 1988 National Educational Longitudinal Survey. Results indicate... More

    pp. 83-92

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