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Computers & Education

December 2004 Volume 43, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The tutor-web: An educational system for classroom presentation, evaluation and self-study

    Gunnar Stefansson

    A general Web-based system for use in education, the tutor-web, has been developed for storage and presentation of electronic slides for classroom use, along with reference material, examples and... More

    pp. 315-343

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  2. Prediction and assessment of student behaviour in open and distance education in computers using Bayesian networks

    Michalis Xenos

    This paper presents a methodological approach based on Bayesian Networks for modelling the behaviour of the students of a bachelor course in computers in an Open University that deploys distance... More

    pp. 345-359

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  3. Virtual reality simulations and animations in a web-based interactive manufacturing engineering module

    S.K Ong & M.A Mannan

    This paper presents a web-based interactive teaching package that provides a comprehensive and conducive yet dynamic and interactive environment for a module on automated machine tools in the... More

    pp. 361-382

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  4. The laptop alternative: Student reactions and strategic implications

    Ada Demb, Darlene Erickson & Shane Hawkins-Wilding

    Designing the technology infrastructure for a college or university is a strategic decision that affects the quality of the educational experience for both students and faculty, and influences an... More

    pp. 383-401

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