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Computers & Education

1997 Volume 28, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Information technology and gender equality: A contradiction in terminis?

    Ingeborg Janssen Reinen & Tjeerd Plomp

    Using the data source of the Computers in Education (Comped) study, carried out under the auspices of the International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement (IEA), the status... More

    pp. 65-78

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  2. Evaluating desktop video conferencing for distance learning

    Jonathan K. Kies, Robert C. Williges & Mary Beth Rosson

    Distance learning applications can now make use of networked computers to transmit and display video, audio, and graphics. However, desktop video conferencing systems (DVC) often display degraded... More

    pp. 79-91

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  3. An intelligent tutoring system for introductory C language course

    J.S. Song, S.H. Hahn, K.Y. Tak & J.H. Kim

    In this paper, we describe a system called C-Tutor, an intelligent tutoring system (ITS) for novice C programmers. A program analyzer is the most important part of the ITS for programming. Our... More

    pp. 93-102

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  4. Computer aided learning of multiple criteria decision making: An integrated system and its effectiveness

    M.A. Quaddus

    The learning and practices of multiple criteria decision making (MCDM) have grown rapidly over the recent years. This paper presents an integrated system called MOLP/PC for the learning of various ... More

    pp. 103-111

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  5. Diagnosys—a knowledge-based diagnostic test of basic mathematical skills

    John Appleby, Peter Samuels & Tamsin Treasure-Jones

    Diagnosys is a knowledge-based computer diagnostic test of basic mathematical skills. It was initially developed for university entry level students in engineering but is widely applicable to other... More

    pp. 113-131

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  6. Evaluation of presentation modalities in a hypermedia system

    Bruce L. Mann

    This paper is a description of a pilot study that compared the relative effectiveness of three versions of a hypermedia system (Text, Sound/Text, Sound) designed to permit inservice teachers to... More

    pp. 133-143

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