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Computers & Education

1996 Volume 27, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. An intelligent tool to aid students in learning second and subsequent programming languages

    Vikki Fix & Susan Wiedenbeck

    This paper reports on the design rationale and formative evaluation of an intelligent tool to aid intermediate and advanced student programmers, who already have knowledge of another programming... More

    pp. 71-83

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  2. MIS implementation in schools: A systems socio-technical framework

    Moshe Telem

    The implementation of a school management information system (SMIS) constitutes a big challenge for schools. Relying on organization and systems theories, on MIS implementation and SMIS research,... More

    pp. 85-93

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  3. CAL for first year analytical chemistry by distance education

    M.M. de v. Steyn, P.M. Alexander & D. Röhm

    A series of computer-aided learning (CAL) lessons for first year analytical chemistry was developed by the University of South Africa (UNISA) and made available to students as an optional learning ... More

    pp. 95-101

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  4. Measuring learning resource use

    M.I. Brown, G.F. Doughty, S.W. Draper, F.P. Henderson & E. McAteer

    Contact time is only part of a student's learning, especially in higher education, and teachers and lab classes are only two of the resources students draw upon. Despite this, there is a prevalence... More

    pp. 103-113

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  5. Analyzing a new learning strategy according to different knowledge levels

    Esma Aimeur & Claude Frasson

    Intelligent tutoring systems have recently evolved towards a co-operative approach between the learner and the system. Knowledge acquisition is facilitated by interaction with the system under the ... More

    pp. 115-127

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  6. The computer-integrated curriculum: The German experience

    Jörn-Axel Meyer & Markus Berger

    The following paper provides an review of the literature in designing a computer integrated curriculum (CIC) at German universities and colleges and the experience gained. Based on this situation... More

    pp. 129-139

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  7. Computer-assisted assignments in a large physics class

    M. Thoennessen & M.J. Harrison

    The CAPA system, a software tool to implement a computer-assisted personalized approach for homework assignments and examinations, was used in a large introductory physics class for the first time.... More

    pp. 141-147

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