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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1998 Volume 26, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Pedagogical Communication Patterns in Collaborative Telelearning

    Reuven Aviv & Gady Golan

    Focuses on pedagogical communication patterns between students and tutors in a telecommunications learning environment. Results of evaluating student behavior in a set of telelearning computer... More

    pp. 201-8

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  2. Distant Learning Students: A Comparison with Traditional Studies

    Richard E. Yellen

    Examines differences between undergraduate distance-learning students and traditional students in terms of their motivation, wants, and what they receive from their educational experience. The... More

    pp. 215-24

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  3. Developing a Rationale for Technology Integration

    Carol L. Hodes

    Offers faculty a systematic way to implement technology/print combinations relative to distance learners' needs and backgrounds. Categorizes types of learner interactions, and discusses the... More

    pp. 225-34

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  4. Implications of Home Technology for School Decision-Making

    Helen L. Hollingsworth & Susan Tyler Eastman

    Surveys at a midwestern middle school showed that most students have much greater access to computer technology than previously predicted. While students want the hardware and software to produce... More

    pp. 255-80

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