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Computers & Education

Volume 35, Number 2

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Computers and undergraduate mathematics: I: setting the scene

    David Crowe & Hossein Zand

    This is the first of three papers in which we examine current use of the computer in the undergraduate mathematics curriculum. Our aim here is to discuss various aspects of educational theory that ... More

    pp. 95-121

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  2. Computers and undergraduate mathematics 3: Internet resources

    David Crowe & Hossein Zand

    In this paper, we extend our previous classification and analysis of the use of computers for undergraduate mathematics to encompass the Internet. We survey some of the large range of resources... More

    pp. 123-147

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  3. The reliability and validity of the Hebrew version of the Computer Attitude Scale

    Leslie J Francis, Yaacov J Katz & Susan H Jones

    The Computer Attitude Scale developed by Gressard and Loyd is one of the most frequently used instruments to assess computer-related attitudes among pre-service and in-service teachers. The present... More

    pp. 149-159

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  4. Training via the web: a virtual instrument

    John C. Waller & Natalie Foster

    Using readily available software to capture screens from a gas chromatograph–mass spectrometer (GC–MS) while setting up and running actual experiments, we have developed a virtual GC–MS mounted on ... More

    pp. 161-167

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