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Computers & Education

2001 Volume 36, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Critical success factors for on-line course resources

    M.H Benson Soong, Hock Chuan Chan, Boon Chai Chua & Koah Fong Loh

    A multiple case study was used to evaluate hypotheses on the critical success factors for on-line course resources in a tertiary setting. The evolution of educational media and methods leading up... More

    pp. 101-120

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  2. Profiling students' adaptation styles in Web-based learning

    Myung-Geun Lee

    Use of the Internet has brought about an alternative education form, the so-called Web-based instruction (WBI). It purports to sweep over current instructional problems and provide a revolutionary ... More

    pp. 121-132

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  3. The dialogic dimensions of using a hypermedia learning package

    Cher Ping Lim

    The dialogic dimensions of a hypermedia learning package are often perceived as the interactivity of its design. However, it is not feasible for hypermedia to embody all dimensions of a human... More

    pp. 133-150

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  4. Internet access to real equipment at computer architecture laboratories using the java/CORBA paradigm

    F.J González-Castaño, L Anido-Rifón, J Vales-Alonso, M.J Fernández-Iglesias, M Llamas Nistal, P Rodrı́guez-Hernández & J.M Pousada-Carballo

    Laboratory courses in Engineering and Computer Science are not always easy to implement using Internet-based distance education. Simulation has its limits, when compared to working with the real... More

    pp. 151-170

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  5. Electronic education system model

    Elsabé Cloete

    E-learning efforts and experiments currently receive much attention across the globe. The availability of electronic and web-enabling technologies also dramatically influences the way we view the... More

    pp. 171-182

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  6. Computer simulations in physics teaching and learning: a case study on students' understanding of trajectory motion

    Athanassios Jimoyiannis & Vassilis Komis

    A major research domain in physics education is focused on the study of the effects of various types of teaching interventions aimed to help students' alternative conceptions transformation.... More

    pp. 183-204

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