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South African Journal of Higher Education

2000 Volume 14, Number 3

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Evaluation of an Interactive Learning Environment: Theory and Practice

    M R. de Villiers

    Describes the formative evaluation of a prototype, computerized, interactive learning and practice program for university students in theoretical computer science. Found the program to provide a... More

    pp. 120-31

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  2. University Students Benefitting from the Medium of Computer Games: A Case Study

    M E. Herselman

    Explored the role computer games can play in providing learning opportunities for resource-deprived students. After exposure to the games as individuals and in groups, the English as a Second... More

    pp. 139-50

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  3. Innovative Teacher Education and Interactive Technology Support

    D M. de Kock

    Evaluated the usefulness of interactive television and computer-supported learning for in-service teacher education at rural community centers in South Africa. Findings supported the usefulness of ... More

    pp. 204-14

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