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Computers & Education

1992 Volume 19, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Real Life Simulator for Construction Site Management

    Issaka Ndekugri & Peter Lansley

    Reviews the literature concerning practical computer-based simulation systems for the management of construction projects and/or firms and describes a conceptual model of a prototype system that... More

    pp. 321-28

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  2. Using an Authoring System to Facilitate Student-Centered Discovery Oriented Learning

    Christopher R. Wolfe

    Describes the use of a microcomputer-based authoring system to facilitate student-centered discovery oriented learning in an undergraduate social science course. Use of the authoring system to... More

    pp. 335-40

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  3. A Study of Work Values of Computer Education in Accounting

    Nasrollah Ahadiat

    Describes a survey of students at a large university and a random sample of faculty at accounting accredited schools that investigated the use of microcomputers in accounting curricula. Topics... More

    pp. 369-80

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  4. Computer Assisted Learning in Higher Education in The Netherlands: A Review of Findings

    Ton de Jong

    Presents results of a 1991 national survey conducted in The Netherlands that investigated the use of computer-assisted learning (CAL) in higher education. Topics addressed include academic... More

    pp. 381-86

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