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Computers & Education

1999 Volume 32, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. An interactive teaching and learning environment for graph sketching

    Siu-Cheung Kong & Lam-For Kwok

    An Interactive Teaching and Learning Environment for Graph Sketching (ITALEGS) of polynomial graphs at college level was developed. The objectives of the system are to provide an environment for... More

    pp. 1-17

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  2. Multimedia language learning courseware: a design solution to the production of a series of CD-ROMs

    P.A Brett & M Nash

    Multimedia software combining video, sound, pictures, text and feedback in an interactive environment is ideally suited for developing a foreign language skill, but is costly and time-consuming to ... More

    pp. 19-33

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  3. The evaluation of the Hyper Apuntes interactive learning environment

    Nadia Catenazzi & Lorenzo Sommaruga

    This paper describes the Hyper Apuntes evaluation experience. Hyper Apuntes is an interactive learning environment which teaches students the basic concepts of computer programming. The courseware ... More

    pp. 35-49

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  4. Hyper-authoring for education: a qualitative evaluation

    Maria Emilia Xavier Mendes & Wendy Hall

    The complexity involved in hypermedia authoring has lead to many different proposals of models, methodologies and systems. And this complexity can become even greater when the purpose is to develop... More

    pp. 51-64

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  5. Magix—an ICAE system for Problem-Based Learning

    Judy A. van Biljon, C Janse Tolmie & Johan P. du Plessis

    Intelligent Computer Aided Education (ICAE) systems are software, aimed at assisting in the teaching and learning of students. Magix is a prototype ICAE system for use in Problem-Based Learning ... More

    pp. 65-81

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  6. An analysis of the use of virtual delivery of undergraduate lectures

    Alan F Smeaton & Gary Keogh

    Educators and technologists have been wrestling with the most appropriate way in which to use information technology in teaching and in learning, for some years. We have seen online course notes,... More

    pp. 83-94

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