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Computers & Education

2000 Volume 35, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Using IT in the undergraduate classroom: should we replace the blackboard with PowerPoint?

    Attila Szabo & Nigel Hastings

    Three studies were performed to investigate the efficacy of digital PowerPoint lecturing in undergraduate classrooms. In the first study, students’ opinion about PowerPoint lectures was surveyed... More

    pp. 175-187

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  2. Computer mediated interaction in Asperger’s syndrome: the Bubble Dialogue program

    Gnanathusharan Rajendran & Peter Mitchell

    This paper reports the use of a computer application, Bubble Dialogue, with two primary aims: (1) to assess the experience of computer-mediated role-taking on the interpersonal understanding,... More

    pp. 189-207

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  3. The development of an online adaptive questionnaire for health education in Taiwan

    Chien Chou, Yi-Fan Chang & Yi-Ying Jiang

    This paper explores the feasibility and usability of using computer networks, in particular the World Wide Web, as educational survey research instruments to collect students’ opinions on proposed ... More

    pp. 209-222

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  4. Independent student learning aided by computers: an acceptable alternative to lectures?

    David G Dewhurst, Hamish A Macleod & Tracey A.M Norris

    Computer-based learning (CBL) is now a feature of many university curricula. Where CBL is used to replace traditional teaching, it is important to monitor its effectiveness in relation to the forms... More

    pp. 223-241

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