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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1997 Volume 25, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Alternative Learning: A Self-Paced Microcomputer Application Course

    Walter Creighton & Margaret Kilcoyne

    An analysis of 87 undergraduate questionnaires found that students' perceived increased levels of expertise in 25 skills after taking a self-paced word processing and worksheet/spreadsheet... More

    pp. 311-26

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  2. Role of Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI) in an Introductory Computer Concepts Course

    Vincent J. Skudrna

    Discusses the role of computer assisted instruction (CAI) in undergraduate education via a survey of related literature and specific applications. Describes an undergraduate computer concepts... More

    pp. 327-45

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  3. The Metamorphosis of an Introduction to Computer Science

    Marion G. Ben-Jacob

    Introductory courses in computer science at colleges and universities have undergone significant changes in 20 years. This article provides an overview of the history of introductory computer... More

    pp. 347-50

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  4. Situation Awareness and Dynamic Performance Training Systems: Some Reflections on the Literature

    Charles W. Gerson

    Situation awareness is defined as an evaluative product based on expert performance criteria. This article examines the importance of training simulation systems in developing situation awareness, ... More

    pp. 373-407

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