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Journal of Computing in Higher Education

1992 Volume 4, Number 2

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Number of articles: 3

  1. A Case for Scientific Visualization in Undergraduate and Graduate Classrooms

    Bruce Land & Allison LoPerfido

    Computerized simulation of physical phenomena is a growing area of high-performance computing, providing a new approach to scientific discovery and offering creative, efficient, and effective... More

    pp. 3-11

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  2. Applications of Hypertext: Technologies for Higher Education

    David H. Jonassen & R Scott Grabinger

    A discussion of the use of hypertext for college instruction looks at the potential of hypertext to support active construction of knowledge and outlines hypertext applications as a vehicle for... More

    pp. 12-42

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  3. Hypertext as a Tool for the Metatheoretical Analysis of Learning Theories: The TIP Database

    Greg Kearsley

    A study used hypertext to analyze links between 45 learning/instructional theories, 18 concepts, and 17 learning domains in the Theory into Practice (TIP) database. Results suggest that there is... More

    pp. 43-56

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