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International Journal of Instructional Media

1999 Volume 26, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Internet Resources for K-12 and Adult Education: "wNetSchool"

    James G. Donlevy & Tia Rice Donlevy

    Describes public broadcasting station Thirteen/WNET's (New York) "wNetSchool", an online resource for K-12 and adult educators that offers teachers access to lesson plans, online courses, and Web... More

    pp. 141-43

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  2. Network-Based Collaborative Education

    Guglielmo Trentin

    Discusses telematics and the use of computer networks to support collaborative education, both among teachers for training and planning and among students in their learning process. Highlights... More

    pp. 145-57

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  3. Distance Learning Planning, Preparation, and Presentation: Instructors' Perspectives

    Barbara L. Loeding & Marjorie Wynn

    Describes experiences and concerns of instructors using the Instructional Television Fixed Signal (ITFS) program, a low-cost television system in which classes originating on the University of... More

    pp. 181-92

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  4. Visual Treatment for Different Prior Knowledge

    Lih-Juan Chanlin

    Describes a study of college students that was conducted to examine the effectiveness of integrating different computerized visual-presentation strategies in learning different contents; the effect... More

    pp. 213-19

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  5. Using Multimedia As a Communication Tool

    Susan Brown Zahn, Christopher J. Zahn, T M. Rajkumar & Dan Duricy

    Describes a team-taught, interdisciplinary multimedia-development course for undergraduate students that was created to address issues concerning students' needs to learn how to evaluate and... More

    pp. 221-30

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