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Computers & Education

1994 Volume 22, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The Relationship between Computer Related Attitudes and Gender Stereotyping of Computer Use

    Leslie J. Francis

    Describes a study of undergraduate students in Wales that was conducted to investigate the relationship between computer attitudes and gender stereotyping of computer use. Use and reliability of... More

    pp. 283-89

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  2. Computers in Primary and Secondary Education: The Interest of an Individual Teacher or a School Policy?

    Alfons ten Brummelhuis & Tjeerd Plomp

    Examines the growth of computer usage in Dutch primary and secondary schools from 1989-92 based on statistics from the international "Computers in Education" study. Highlights include availability ... More

    pp. 291-99

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  3. Development Efficiency and Effectiveness of Alternative Platforms for Intelligent Tutoring for the Mobile Subscriber Radio-Telephone Terminal

    Michael Orey

    Describes the use of a commercial hypermedia package for the development of an intelligent tutoring system (ITS) for the Army's Mobile Subscriber Remote Telephone. Time comparisons with an ITS... More

    pp. 301-13

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  4. A Comparison of Three Interactive Media Formats in an RTV/DVI Computer-Mediated Lesson

    Mary B. Austin

    Discussion of multimedia instruction focuses on a pilot study that compared the relative effectiveness of three interactive media formats in a DVI/RTV (Digital Video Interactive/Real Time Video)... More

    pp. 319-33

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  5. Current Development and Use of Computer-Based Teaching at the University of Liverpool

    Denise McDonough

    Describes the development and use of computer-based teaching (CBT) at the University of Liverpool based on interviews with faculty members. Topics discussed include why CBT is used, including cost ... More

    pp. 335-43

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  6. Simulating Electrical Circuits with an Electronic Spreadsheet

    A Alberto Silva

    Explains how a spreadsheet can be an effective modeling and simulation tool for studying electrical circuits. Highlights include Kirchoff's rules and matrices algebra; a pilot experiment with... More

    pp. 345-53

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