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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1996 Volume 24, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. The 21st Century Classroom-Scholarship Environment: What Will It Be Like?

    William D. Graziadei & Gillian M. McCombs

    Discusses the use of computing, communications, and traditional educational technology and the scientific process and describes the development of a teaching and learning module in biology at the... More

    pp. 97-112

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  2. Using Computer Conferencing and Electronic Mail to Facilitate Group Projects

    Margaret D. Anderson

    Reports on the use of electronic mail and an electronic conferencing system to conduct group projects in three educational psychology courses at the State University of New York College at Cortland... More

    pp. 113-18

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  3. Electronic Reserve with WWW: A Promising Way to Enhance Classroom Instruction

    Peter Wei He & Sara D. Knapp

    Describes an experiment at the State University of New York at Albany with electronic reserve using a World Wide Web (WWW) client/server system. Highlights include user satisfaction; advantages... More

    pp. 119-25

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  4. Information Literacy: Retooling Evaluation Skills in the Electronic Information Environment

    Barbara D. Farah

    Discusses the integration of information literacy skills into classroom activities in order to more fully exploit electronic resources and to use them effectively. Topics include critical thinking ... More

    pp. 127-33

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  5. Program Delivery via Satellite in the Information Age: Extension Educators' Perspectives on Teaching Techniques, Communication Channels, and Participation

    Govinda M. Shrestha & H Dean Sutphin

    Describes program delivery through the Cornell Cooperative Extension Satellite Network (CCESN) as a new educational initiative in the information age. Results of a questionnaire survey sent to 375 ... More

    pp. 135-44

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  6. Teaching and Learning via Videoconference: The Benefits of Cooperative Learning

    Betty Hurley Lawrence

    Describes the use of videoconferencing to teach courses for NYNEX (a New York telephone company) employees through the Center for Distance Learning of the State University of New York Empire State ... More

    pp. 145-49

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  7. A Report from the Barricades of the Multimedia Revolution

    Harry E. Pence

    Describes efforts to include cooperative learning and multimedia in a general chemistry lecture course at the State University of New York College at Oneonta. Highlights include the need for a new ... More

    pp. 159-64

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  8. Integrating Computer Assisted Instruction with the Teaching of Language

    Wagih Shenouda & Vicki Wolfe

    Describes the development of an electronic language laboratory at the State University of New York College at Old Westbury. Topics include the selection of hardware and software, two English-as-a... More

    pp. 189-94

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  9. Computer Games: Increase Learning in an Interactive Multidisciplinary Environment

    Joseph A. Betz

    Discusses the educational uses of computer games and simulations and describes a study conducted at the State University of New York College at Farmingdale that used the computer game "Sim City... More

    pp. 195-205

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