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The introduction of computers and other microelectronic equipment throughout the Japanese economy has not affected employment negatively, owing to economic growth and the adaptability of the workers and business organizations affected. Because rapid ...
Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education and Educational Planning Vol. 28, No. 3 (1994) pp. 325–53
Analysis of costs of the University of the Air (Japan), a distance education institution, looks at expenditure per student, indirect costs, opportunity costs, cost per graduate, and cost per credit. Focus is on the university's economic advantage....
Higher Education Vol. 18, No. 5 (1989) pp. 585–611
An assessment of the University of the Air of Japan's cost-effectiveness and a forecast of its future based on available data is discussed. Although the current cost per credit is higher than that of conventional universities, changes in...
Staff and Educational Development International Vol. 1, No. 2 (1997) pp. 129–42
Compares distance education using PictureTel, a compressed-digital-video system via telephone lines (audio and visual interactive communication) in terms of its costs and effectiveness with traditional in-class education. Costing less than half the...
An International Comparative Analysis of the Relationships between Teaching Activities, Student Attitudes and their Achievements in Science
Global Learn 2011 (Mar 28, 2011) pp. 578–584
Preceding researches showed the results of analyses regarding the relationship between students’ mathematics and science achievement and their learning attitudes, e.g. their motivations, in international collaborative researches. In reference to...
Information and Communication Technologies in Hands-On Science: Emerging Trends Across Three Nations
Gerald Knezek; Hiromitsu Muta; Joke Voogt; Rhonda Christensen; David Moore; John Southworth; Marie Tada; Greg Jones
Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching Vol. 19, No. 3 (2000) pp. 277–295
This article introduces a framework for classifying information and communication technologies (ICT) in hands-on science activ-ities in K-12 education. Exemplary projects from the USA and the Netherlands demonstrate the potential of the use of ICT....