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Computers & Education

1997 Volume 29, Number 4

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Number of articles: 7

  1. The reflective colleague in e-mail cyberspace: A means for improving university instruction

    Anne L. Russell & Leonora M. Cohen

    Two university academics living in countries on different sides of the world captured their e-mail communications during a ten-week teaching course. The power of e-mail over face-to-face... More

    pp. 137-145

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  2. Do you have an internet acceptable use policy?

    Dennis J. Perks, Donna R. Gavitt & John J. Olivo

    No longer is the question if the Internet will be used in the classroom but when the Internet will be used in the classroom. Superimposing this technology on procedural teaching methods in the... More

    pp. 147-151

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  3. Computer conferencing; discourse, education and conflict mediation

    Roger Austin

    Computer conferencing can aid in conflict resolution by developing discourse skills. This article examines conflict resolution and computer conferencing as a channel for discourse and describes... More

    pp. 153-161

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  4. Conversation rebuilding: From the foreign language classroom to implementation in an intelligent tutoring system

    Alessandro Micarelli & Patrick Boylan

    This paper shows how an innovative “communicative” technique in teaching foreign languages—Conversation Rebuilding (CR)—readily lends itself to implementation in an Intelligent Tutoring System (ITS... More

    pp. 163-180

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  5. ComWeb: An electronic classroom for teaching computer literacy

    Michael Kress, Anatoliy Gordonov, Albert Blank & Marsha Moroh

    We have developed an electronic classroom environment based on an analog/digital hybrid network, ComWeb. This environment supplements traditional methods of presentation by providing powerful... More

    pp. 181-187

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  6. KIDLINK: A place for children in the internet

    Patricia Martínez Falcón

    We present in this paper the experience that we have had with a group of “street children” using the Internet, in an international project for children called KIDLINK, a global net of communication... More

    pp. 189-194

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  7. PASS: An automated system for program assessment

    Gareth Thorburn & Glenn Rowe

    This paper describes PASS (Program Assessment using Specified Solutions), a software system which is used to assess C programs produced by students on an introductory programming course. In... More

    pp. 195-206

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