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Computers & Education

2001 Volume 37, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Development of instructional strategy of computer application software for group instruction

    Shih-Chung Lee

    This study was designed to develop practical and effective teaching strategies of computer application software for group instruction at Tamkang University. The assumption was that practical... More

    pp. 1-9

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  2. Influences of cognitive style and training method on training effectiveness

    Huey-Wen Chou

    The present study compares the relative effects of cognitive style and training method on learners' computer self-efficacy and learning performance by a field experiment. The purpose was to... More

    pp. 11-25

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  3. Pedagogy embedded in educational software design: report of a case study

    J.Enrique Hinostroza & Harvey Mellar

    Most educational software is designed to foster students' learning outcomes but with little consideration of the teaching framework in which it will be used. This paper presents a significantly... More

    pp. 27-40

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  4. Developing an Internet Attitude Scale for high school students

    Chin-Chung Tsai, Sunny S.J Lin & Meng-Jung Tsai

    Although educators over the past decade have developed various scales measuring students' computer attitudes, few of them have constructed scales specifically for attitudes towards the Internet.... More

    pp. 41-51

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  5. Experiences of using computer assisted assessment in engineering mathematics

    A.C Croft, M Danson, B.R Dawson & J.P Ward

    This article discusses issues associated with large-scale computer assisted assessment (CAA) of the mathematical skills of first-year undergraduate engineering students. It explains the background ... More

    pp. 53-66

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  6. Evaluating FINESSE: a case-study in group-based CAL

    Rosa Michaelson, Christine Helliar, David Power & Donald Sinclair

    The FINESSE project (Finance Education in a Scalable Software Environment) addresses problems associated with the teaching of finance courses in the UK Higher Education sector by constructing a... More

    pp. 67-80

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  7. Following the thread in computer conferences

    Karen Kear

    Computer conferencing systems allow students to discuss their ideas and learn from each other. However, the asynchronous nature of these discussions can result in large and complex collections of... More

    pp. 81-99

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