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Computers & Education

August 2005 Volume 45, Number 1

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Number of articles: 8

  1. What affect student cognitive style in the development of hypermedia learning system?

    Catherine Hui Min Lee, Yuk Wing Cheng, Shri Rai & Arnold Depickere

    Recent developments in learning technology such as hypermedia is becoming widespread and offer significant contribution to improve the delivery of learning and teaching materials. A key factor in... More

    pp. 1-19

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  2. Development of an environmental virtual field laboratory

    V. Ramasundaram, S. Grunwald, A. Mangeot, N.B. Comerford & C.M. Bliss

    Laboratory exercises, field observations and field trips are a fundamental part of many earth science and environmental science courses. Field observations and field trips can be constrained... More

    pp. 21-34

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  3. New technologies, new differences. Gender and ethnic differences in pupils' use of ICT in primary and secondary education

    Monique Volman, Edith van Eck, Irma Heemskerk & Els Kuiper

    This paper investigates the accessibility and attractiveness of different types of ICT applications in education for girls and boys and for pupils from families with an ethnic minority background... More

    pp. 35-55

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  4. GeogDL: a web-based approach to geography examination revision

    Dion H. Goh, Rebecca P. Ang, Yin-Leng Theng & Ee-Peng Lim

    The traditional educational approach with students as passive recipients has been the subject of criticism. A constructivist learner-centered approach towards education has been argued to produce... More

    pp. 57-73

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  5. POLizied e-Learning using contract management

    Enrique David Espinosa, Julieta Noguez, Bedrich Benes & Abel Bueno

    We present an innovative way to manage online learning by administering experiential learning activities during a semester-long, web-based course that is designed with the Project Oriented Learning... More

    pp. 75-103

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  6. Bluetooth-assisted context-awareness in educational data networks

    F.J. González-Castaño, J. Garcı́a-Reinoso, F. Gil-Castiñeira, E. Costa-Montenegro & J.M. Pousada-Carballo

    In this paper, we propose an auxiliary location network, to support user-independent context-awareness in educational data networks; for example, to help visitors in a museum. We assume that, in... More

    pp. 105-121

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  7. The evaluation of the Cultural Journeys in the Information Society environment as an educational aid

    Georgios John Fakas, Iasonas Lamprianou, Andreas Andreou, Maria Pampaka & Christos Schizas

    The Cultural Journeys in the Information Society is a dynamic hypermedia environment, which proposes the Electronic Roads as a meta-form for exploring cultural information that can form Cultural... More

    pp. 123-139

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  8. Using data mining as a strategy for assessing asynchronous discussion forums

    Laurie P. Dringus & Timothy Ellis

    The purpose of this paper is to show how data mining may offer promise as a strategy for discovering and building alternative representations for the data underlying asynchronous discussion forums.... More

    pp. 141-160

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