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Computers & Education

1997 Volume 28, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Learning with the web: Experience of using the World Wide Web in a learning environment

    Andy Sloane

    While the potential of the World Wide Web is still being realised for direct teaching purposes it remains a resource that cannot be ignored, especially in the field of computing and communications.... More

    pp. 207-212

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  2. The school computer administrator's (new) role impact on instruction administration in a high-school—A case study

    Moshe Telem

    School administration computerization is more than a mere technological change. In the Israeli educational system it has affected the school's structural subsystem. A new role, that of the school... More

    pp. 213-21

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  3. Integrating algorithm animation into a learning environment

    Charles Kann, Robert W. Lindeman & Rachelle Heller

    Algorithm animation would seem to be a useful tool for teaching algorithms. However, previous empirical studies of using algorithm animation have produced mixed results. This paper presents an... More

    pp. 223-228

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  4. Computer assisted mediation for blind children

    Ricardo Rosas, Miguel Nussbaum, Katherine Strasser & Felipe Csaszar

    A model for computer assisted mediation and its application to the field of special education for blind children is presented. The model consists of five elements: the domain model, the student... More

    pp. 229-235

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  5. Visual reasoning instructional software system

    Carol Hubbard, Ole Jakob Mengshoel, Chris Moon & Yong Se Kim

    Visual reasoning is an essential skill for an engineer to possess, particularly as computer-aided design tools become more prevalent. In this paper, we describe an innovative interactive multimedia... More

    pp. 237-250

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  6. Impediments to good computing practice: Some gender issues

    Kar-Tin Lee

    This paper describes a study of impediments to teachers' uptake of new information technologies in the classroom. The sample consisted of one hundred computer using teachers in secondary schools in... More

    pp. 251-259

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