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Computers & Education

2001 Volume 36, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Issues surrounding the embedding of a Web-based course

    Julia Phelps & Ross Reynolds

    The EuroMET project was created to address the education and training needs of professional meteorologists and students in tertiary education throughout Europe and more widely. Two meteorology... More

    pp. 207-222

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  2. A longitudinal study of the use of student-owned portable computers in a secondary school

    Paul Newhouse & Leonie Rennie

    During the 1990s a significant development in computer technology has been the emergence of low-cost, high-powered portable computers. This has encouraged a number of schools to experiment with... More

    pp. 223-243

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  3. Advantageous use of measure systems with combined analog input and output facilities in practical education

    Martin Baumann

    A typical experimental setup, as it is often used in undergraduate practical education in neurophysiology and others, consists of at least three separate parts: an electrical output device (e.g. a ... More

    pp. 245-264

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  4. Modelling and supporting ICT implementation in secondary schools

    Ton Mooij & Ed Smeets

    In many countries the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in education has been stimulated. To explore the implementation process and its support within secondary schools,... More

    pp. 265-281

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