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Computers & Education

1999 Volume 32, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Evaluation and assessment of a biomechanics computer-aided instruction

    N. Washington, M. Parnianpour & J.M. Fraser

    The Biomechanics Tutorial (BT) is a computer-aided instructional (CAI) tool that expedites the transition from lecture to application for students in an introductory biomechanics class. It contains... More

    pp. 207-220

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  2. Electronic networking in initial teacher education: is a virtual faculty of education possible?

    John Pearson

    This article is a report of the use of an electronic network by trainee teachers in a `school-based' initial teacher education course to facilitate discussion between participants. A rational for... More

    pp. 221-238

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  3. Use of BBS to facilitate a teaching practicum course

    Cheng-Chih Wu & Greg C Lee

    In this paper, a study on using the electronic bulletin board system (BBS) in promoting reflective thinking among student teachers in a teaching practicum course is presented. With the aid of BBS, ... More

    pp. 239-247

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  4. Evaluating SAMS in Hong Kong schools

    Lam-for Kwok, Chi-kuen Lau & Sun-wai Fung

    The School Administration and Management Systems (SAMS) project was launched in 1994, aiming to support all schools in Hong Kong in administrative and managerial tasks. This survey aims to... More

    pp. 249-267

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