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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1999 Volume 27, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Toward Statistical Literacy: A Paradigm for Technology-Embedded Instructional Reform

    Marla J. Fischer

    Describes an innovative instructional paradigm for teaching business statistics in higher education which integrates classroom technologies with principles of learning. Highlights include... More

    pp. 281-94

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  2. Comparing Changes in Attitude in Three Different Introductory Computing Courses

    Cathy Bishop-Clark & Cathy Donohue

    This study investigated changes in student attitudes toward computing in three different university introductory computing courses. Describes the attitude survey used and discusses the results of... More

    pp. 305-17

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  3. A Statistical Assessment of an Experiment To Compare Traditional vs. Laboratory Approach in Teaching Introductory Computer Programming

    Jorge Luis Romeu & Jalal Alemzadeh

    Describes the development of a statistical experiment to assess and compare the effects of traditional lecture and laboratory technology methods of teaching introductory computer programming... More

    pp. 319-24

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  4. Exploring Students' Perceptions of the Web As an Information Source

    Dale L. Lunsford

    Describes a study of undergraduate business students that explored their perceptions of the accuracy, relevance, and currency of information presented on the World Wide Web versus other information... More

    pp. 337-47

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  5. Technical and Pedagogical Challenges Faced by Faculty and Students in Computer-Based Distance Education in Higher Education in Indiana

    James H. McElhinney & Bizhan Nasseh

    This study reports faculty members' and students' responses to the technological and pedagogical challenges they faced in completing computer-based distance education. Topics include the need for... More

    pp. 349-59

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