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Learning Assistance Review

2001 Volume 6, Number 1

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Examining the Effects of Notetaking Format on Achievement When Students Construct and Study Computerized Notes

    Andrew D. Katayama & Steven M. Crooks

    Describes two experiments conducted to investigate the effects of notetaking format on achievement. Students constructed and studied different types of notes: partial (framework and partial notes),... More

    pp. 5-23

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  2. Back to the Future: Preparing Students to Use Technology in Higher Education

    David C. Caverly

    Reports on the author's evaluation of an article he wrote in 1995 that attempted to predict how technology would be utilized in education in the year 2000. States that, overall, technology in... More

    pp. 51-59

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