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Computers & Education

September 2005 Volume 45, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Attitudes to the application of a Web-based learning system in a microbiology course

    Italo Masiello, Robert Ramberg & Kirsti Lonka

    Computer-based systems have great potential for delivering learning material. Here, a Web-based learning management system is employed by a medical university to support undergraduate courses. The ... More

    pp. 171-185

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  2. The design and application of a web-based self- and peer-assessment system

    Yao-Ting Sung, Kuo-En Chang, Shen-Kuan Chiou & Huei-Tse Hou

    This study describes the web-based self- and peer-assessments system, or the Web-SPA, which has been shown to provide teachers with a flexible interface with which to arrange various self- and peer... More

    pp. 187-202

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  3. PowerPoint’s power in the classroom: enhancing students’ self-efficacy and attitudes

    JE Susskind

    The current study examined the effects of non-interactive computer assisted instruction on students’ performance, self-efficacy, motivation, and attitudes. Half the lectures presented to two... More

    pp. 203-215

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  4. Adapting to changing expectations: Post-graduate students’ experience of an e-learning tax program

    Elmarie Engelbrecht

    In response to the impact of information and communication technology on traditional business and commerce practices, and the empowerment of individuals by the growth of information available on... More

    pp. 217-229

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  5. From order to disorder: the role of computer-based electronics projects on fostering of higher-order cognitive skills

    Moshe Barak

    This research explored learning and thinking processes enhanced by integrating computers in secondary schools electronics projects. Electronics studies provide a sophisticated learning environment,... More

    pp. 231-243

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  6. A cognitive tool for teaching the addition/subtraction of common fractions: a model of affordances

    Siu Cheung Kong & Lam For Kwok

    The aim of this research is to devise a cognitive tool for meeting the diverse needs of learners for comprehending new procedural knowledge. A model of affordances on teaching fraction equivalence ... More

    pp. 245-265

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