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Computers & Education

Volume 27, Number 3

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Number of articles: 7

  1. The impact of computer literacy on community school teachers in South Africa

    Erna Fourie & Elizabeth Henning

    The research reported in this article comprises a field experiment in which a group of unlicensed teachers from community schools in an informal settlement were involved. The findings of the... More

    pp. 151-156

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  2. CAL evaluation: What questions are being answered? A response to the article “integrative evaluation” by Draper et al

    Cathy Gunn

    pp. 157-160

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  3. Literacy and computer literacy: Definitions and comparisons

    Seamus McMillan

    This paper analyzes the prevailing definitions of literacy and computer literacy. It is shown that similar factors confound our understanding of both these terms. In addition we argue that the term... More

    pp. 161-170

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  4. A software system for grading student computer programs

    David Jackson

    While there is a growing trend towards the exploitation of technology for the delivery of educational material, it must be said that techniques for computer-based assessment of students are still... More

    pp. 171-180

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  5. An intelligent consultant system for chess

    Santos Gerardo Lazzeri & Rachelle Heller

    This paper deals with the problem of teaching chess. We describe the ideal characteristics for a learning environment for chess and discuss a partial implementation of such an environment;... More

    pp. 181-196

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  6. Introduction of a CASE tool to teach structured analysis

    Cristina Cifuentes & Carmen Lockwood

    We describe the introduction of a Computer-aided Software Engineering (CASE) tool at first, second and graduate diploma level in a Systems Analysis and Design unit, to support the teaching of the... More

    pp. 197-204

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  7. Forms of control and interaction as determinants of lecture effectiveness in the electronic classroom

    Diane Lindwarm Alonso & Kent L. Norman

    Electronic classrooms offer instructors and students a new way to interact with technology and each other. By understanding the dynamics of the classroom lecture environment and the ways in which... More

    pp. 205-214

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