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Computers & Education

1999 Volume 33, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Graduate student cognition during information retrieval using the World Wide Web: a pilot study

    Brian Hess

    The intensity of Internet use in higher education, particularly the World Wide Web, has stimulated concern regarding the ways in which students acquire necessary skills for managing, filtering, and... More

    pp. 1-13

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  2. Using email for teaching

    C.D Smith, H.E Whiteley & S Smith

    An account is given of a three-year study of the use of email for teaching purposes within two courses forming part of a psychology degree, in order to compare course delivery via email with... More

    pp. 15-25

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  3. Speech recognition in the secondary school classroom: an exploratory study

    Eamonn A. O’Hare & Michael F. McTear

    Voice recognition software has improved dramatically over the past two or three years in terms of accuracy and usability and, at the same time, the costs of the software have been reduced... More

    pp. 27-45

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  4. Management of scoring sessions in alternative assessment: the computer-assisted scoring approach

    Guillermo Solano-Flores, Bruce Raymond, Steven A Schneider & Michael Timms

    We describe a computer-assisted scoring approach in educational assessment. In this approach, scores are captured and analyzed as scoring takes place; information on scoring quality is used to... More

    pp. 47-63

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  5. A computer based learning system for teaching computing: implementation and evaluation

    Glenn W Rowe & Peter Gregor

    A computer-based learning (CBL) system has been an integral part of first- and second-year computing courses at the University of Dundee for several years. The system uses the World Wide Web (WWW) ... More

    pp. 65-76

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