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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1996 Volume 24, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Interactivity and Computer-Based Instruction

    William D. Milheim

    Describes the purpose and benefits of interactivity in computer-based learning environments. Suggests strategies to assist instructional designers in effective utilization of interactivity within... More

    pp. 225-33

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  2. Converting a Traditional Multimedia Kit into an Interactive Video CD-ROM

    Annie Y. W. Nicholson & Johnson Y. K. Ngai

    Reports on the development of an interactive multimedia project in which an educational television program and supporting instructional materials were converted into digital data, integrated into... More

    pp. 235-48

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  3. The Medium and the Message: Interactive Television and Distance Education Programs for Adult Learners

    Virginia E. Garland & Ann Loranger

    Results of a recent study conducted in graduate education courses at the University of New Hampshire indicate that adult students have generally positive attitudes toward their interactive... More

    pp. 249-57

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  4. The Effect of Semantically Ordered Computerized Test Questions on Student Performance and Behavior

    Thomas E. Marshall

    Examines the strategies used in answering a computerized multiple-choice test where all questions on a semantic topic were grouped together or randomly distributed. Findings indicate that students ... More

    pp. 271-86

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