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Computers & Education

1991 Volume 17, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Using Hypertext for Computer Based Learning

    Alan F. Smeaton

    Discussion of hypertext and its uses in the learning process focuses on an experiment in which undergraduate students used hypertext for computer-based learning about databases. Results of a survey... More

    pp. 173-79

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  2. Visualizing Precalculus Concepts: Interactive Representation via Videodisc Technology

    Ronald W. Henderson & Edward M. Landesman

    Examines characteristics of interactive video and microcomputer technology that are useful in the design and development of instructional modules for precalculus, especially for minority groups... More

    pp. 195-202

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  3. The Educational Value and Use of Online Information Services in Schools

    Ann Irving

    Describes a project in elementary and secondary schools in the United Kingdom that investigated the educational value and use of online information services. Highlights include a review of previous... More

    pp. 213-25

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  4. Introduction of Computers in Education: State of the Art in Eight Countries

    Tjeerd Plomp & Willem J. Pelgrum

    Presents results of a survey of lower secondary schools in Belgium, France, Greece, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United States that addressed the availability and use of... More

    pp. 249-58

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