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Computers & Education

February 2005 Volume 44, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Assessing metacognitive knowledge in web-based CALL: a neural network approach

    Shiou-Wen Yeh & Jia-Jiunn Lo

    The assessment of learners’ metacognitive knowledge level is crucial when developing computer-assisted language learning systems. Currently, many systems assess learners’ metacognitive knowledge... More

    pp. 97-113

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  2. Is a hypertext a book or a space? The impact of different introductory metaphors on hypertext construction

    Rainer Bromme & Elmar Stahl

    This study examines the impact of different metaphors on the process of hypertext construction. Two groups of 20 college students with no experience in hypertext construction received introductory ... More

    pp. 115-133

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  3. Heterogeneity of learning material in synchronous computer-supported collaborative modelling

    Christos Fidas, Vassilis Komis, Spyros Tzanavaris & Nikolaos Avouris

    This paper examines the effect of heterogeneous resources, available to students, during computer-supported collaborative problem solving. A study of collaborative modeling has been conducted in... More

    pp. 135-154

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  4. Teacher-oriented adaptive Web-based environment for supporting practical teaching models: a case study of “school for all”

    Chuo-Bin Lin, Shelly Shwu-Ching Young, Tak-Wai Chan & Yen-Hua Chen

    Web-based learning systems, if designed appropriately, offer many advantages over the traditional learning environments. This study addresses the design and development of new approaches and... More

    pp. 155-172

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  5. Virtual collaborative learning environments for music: networked drumsteps

    Conor McCarthy, James Bligh, Kevin Jennings & Brendan Tangney

    This paper focuses on a tool for meaningful, collaborative, interaction in a constructionist music composition environment. In particular, it describes the design and implementation of “Networked... More

    pp. 173-195

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