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Computers & Education

2003 Volume 40, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. DELYS: a novel microworld-based educational software for teaching computer science subjects

    Vassilios Dagdilelis, Georgios Evangelidis, Maya Satratzemi, Vassilios Efopoulos & Charalabos Zagouras

    The Greek ministry of education with the support of the European Union has begun an attempt to incorporate information and communication technology in the normal, everyday activities of secondary... More

    pp. 307-325

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  2. Patterns of female and male students' participation in peer interaction in computer-supported learning

    Kai Hakkarainen & Tuire Palonen

    The purpose of the study was to analyze how intensively female and male students participate in discourse interaction within two computer-supported classrooms. Technical infrastructure for the... More

    pp. 327-342

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  3. An empirical investigation of student acceptance of course websites

    Hassan M Selim

    The World Wide Web (WWW) is the future in teaching and learning. This paper uses the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) constructs of usefulness and ease of use to assess university students’... More

    pp. 343-360

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  4. Interactive simulated patient—an advanced tool for student-activated learning in medicine and healthcare

    Rolf A Bergin & Uno G.H Fors

    An advanced learning system for interactive simulation of patient cases (ISP) is described. The system was designed to meet specific pedagogical needs where student activation and problem... More

    pp. 361-376

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  5. Assessing online collaborative learning: process and product

    Janet Macdonald

    The assessment of online collaborative study presents new opportunities and challenges, both in terms of separating the process and product of collaboration, and in the support of skills... More

    pp. 377-391

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  6. Folding&g: a research program transformed into a program for teaching

    José M. Vacas Peña & José R. Martı́nez Catalán

    The program Folding&g was developed originally as a research tool in Structural Geology. Its adjustment to the environment of Windows 98-Me has simplified its utilization and permits its use as a... More

    pp. 393-403

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