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Journal of Computer Assisted Learning

1997 Volume 13, Number 4


A. Kirschner Paul

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. An Activity Theory Framework To Explore Distributed Communities

    R Lewis

    Research into computer-supported collaborative working (CSCW) and computer-supported cooperative learning (CSCL) traditionally emphasize their differences, but each research domain can offer... More

    pp. 210-18

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  2. Computer-Mediated Communication as a Learning Resource

    Erica McAteer, A Tolmie, C Duffy & J Corbett

    Examines computer-mediated communication (CMC) in higher education, particularly the evaluation of network resources for course-related student communication. Presents case studies of e-mail... More

    pp. 219-27

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  3. Computer Mediated Tutorial Support for Conventional University Courses

    Paul Light, C Colbourn & Light

    Psychology students at the University of Southampton use "skywriting," an e-mail based discussion medium involving tutors and students and focusing on issues arising from course content. This... More

    pp. 228-35

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  4. Monitoring a CMC Environment Created for Distance Learning

    Tina Wilson & D Whitelock

    The Open University implemented a project called M205-STILE (Students' and Teachers' Integrated Learning Environment), a fundamental computer science course, with 110 distance learning students and... More

    pp. 253-60

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  5. Gender, Identity and CMC

    Simeon J. Yates

    Some research and popularized accounts have claimed computer-mediated communication (CMC) based interactions are free of gender inequality though a growing body of research has documented gender... More

    pp. 281-90

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