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Computers & Education

1990 Volume 14, Number 5

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Database Format Question: An Alternative to Multiple Choice and Free Format for Computer Based Testing

    D J. Fry

    Discussion of computer-based testing (CBT) focuses on the development of the database format question (DFQ) which allows the user to build up a more complex answer than multiple choice by selecting... More

    pp. 395-401

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  2. The Knowledge Hypermap: An Alternative to Hypertext

    Sharon B. Reynolds & Donald F. Dansereau

    Explains the combination of hypertext and knowledge maps into hypermaps, and describes a study of undergraduates learning statistical material that compared the effectiveness of using hypertext... More

    pp. 409-16

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  3. Locus of Control and Student Teacher Computer Attitudes

    Janice E. J. Woodrow

    Describes study of preservice teachers that measured their attitudes toward computers and their perception of locus of control over factors which determine academic success. Computer literacy is... More

    pp. 421-32

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