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Computers & Education

1995 Volume 24, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. New Tools vs Old Methods: A description of the CHEMCONF '93 discussion

    George Long, Harry Pence & Theresa Julia Zielinski

    During the on-line conference on “Applications of Technology in Teaching Chemistry” held between 12 June and 20 August 1993 the topic “New Tools vs Old Methods” generated wide interest. This paper ... More

    pp. 259-269

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  2. Learning effects of CAI on college students

    Bunny J. Tjaden & C. Dianne Martin

    The purpose of this study was to determine if college students learn better when using lecture/CAI than by using the conventional lecture method, when the material presented is very visually... More

    pp. 271-277

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  3. Use of software tools in teaching relational database design

    D.R. McIntyre, Hao-Che Pu & Francis G. Wolff

    This paper discusses our experiences in using state-of-the-art software tools in teaching an advanced relational database design course (a previous graduate course in database is the prerequisite... More

    pp. 279-286

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  4. Teaching software: Is the supervised laboratory effective?

    James A. Duplass

    This paper details an empirical study and its results dealing with the need or wisdom of universities and colleges to include laboratory sections of courses that are offered to teach contemporary... More

    pp. 287-291

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  5. Teaching family planning with expert system

    Y.F. Chan, H.K. Ma, F.T. Chan, H.Y. Chen & T.Y. Chen

    In this paper, we present our experience of teaching medical students with the use of computers. An expert system was developed as a computer aided learning system for medical students and doctors ... More

    pp. 293-298

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  6. Computer assisted education in health economics for medical advisers

    G.A. Mooney, R.T. Edwards, A.G. Deakin, L.B. Carp & R. Rada

    A computer-based distance learning study aid on health economics (HELP) for medical advisers was developed from an existing paper course using a user-centred, prototyping approach. We illustrate... More

    pp. 299-311

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