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Education for Information

1995 Volume 13, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Internet and Academic Teaching in Australia

    Harry Bruce

    Discussion of the Australian Academic and Research Network (AARNet) focuses on the benefits of Internet access for supporting teaching (based on an exploratory study and a longitudinal study of... More

    pp. 177-91

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  2. Computer-Mediated Communication in the Information Curriculum: An Initiative in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning

    S P. Fowell & P Levy

    Describes an innovative undergraduate course in information management developed at the University of Sheffield (England) that uses the Internet. The module, based on active learning principles, is... More

    pp. 193-210

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  3. The Process of Introducing Internet-Based Classroom Projects and the Role of School Librarians

    Marcos Silva

    Describes the development of K-12 computer networks in the United States and Canada. Discusses a project that used participatory design to introduce Internet classroom activities, and examines the ... More

    pp. 243-52

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