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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1998 Volume 26, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 8

  1. Classrooms of the 21st Century: Teacher Competence, Confidence and Collaboration

    R Wilburn Clouse & Elaine Alexander

    Suggests areas to improve technology-based education for the 21st century. Discusses training in colleges and universities, training through staff development, restructuring with technology,... More

    pp. 97-111

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  2. Secondary Science Teachers, the Internet, and Curriculum Development: A Community of Explorers

    Barry Saferstein & Randall Souviney

    In the Community of Explorers Project (CoE) high school teachers and students engaged in scientific problem solving using advanced network technology and innovative pedagogy. Analysis of e-mail... More

    pp. 113-26

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  3. Using Articulate Virtual Laboratories in Teaching Energy Conversion at the U.S. Naval Academy

    C Wu

    The Mechanical Engineering Department at the U.S. Naval Academy is currently evaluating a new teaching method which uses computer software. Utilizing the thermodynamic-based software CyclePad,... More

    pp. 127-36

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  4. Computer-Supported Collaborative Writing Phases

    Roy Rada & Weigang Wang

    This research examined whether collaborative hypermedia systems could improve upon results achieved in traditional collaborative and individual learning environments without a computer. The... More

    pp. 137-49

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  5. Using Hypermedia To Enhance Response-Based Literature Teaching and Learning

    Karen Swan & Carla Meskill

    Reports on the Multimedia and Literature Teaching and Learning Project which explored the potential of multimedia and hypermedia for enhancing the response-based teaching and learning of literature... More

    pp. 151-67

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  6. Hypermedia and the Facilitation of Native American Language Learning: Preserving a Heritage through the Use of Technology

    Barbara B. Lockee & David M. Moore

    Whole-language methods advocated in second-language instruction incorporate observational learning strategies--strategies which are inherent in many Native American homes but often ignored in... More

    pp. 169-79

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  7. Distance Mentoring

    Stanley D. Stephenson

    To reduce attrition in an entry-level programming class, students who performed poorly on the first exam were matched with interested alumni, who could only communicate with their mentorees by e... More

    pp. 181-86

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  8. Student Perception of Instruction Utilizing a Compressed Video Network

    Alex Carter

    The purpose of this study was to determine certain attitudes of students who had received instruction via an interactive distance education environment utilizing compressed video technology.... More

    pp. 187-98

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