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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

2000 Volume 6, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Qualities of Student-Adult Electronic Communication: Immediate, Pedagogical, Aberrant

    John Willinsky, The University of British Columbia, Canada

    This study of computer-mediated communication between 28 grade-eleven students and as many employees in a high-tech corporate setting examines the educational potential of electronic networks... More

    pp. 3-18

  2. The Nature and Purpose of Online Discourse: A Brief Synthesis of Current Research as Related to The WEB Project

    Lorraine Sherry, RMC Research Corporation, United States

    Emerging technologies such as the Internet, the World Wide Web (WWW), computer-mediated communication (CMC) are being discussed around the world by teachers, administrators, parents, researchers... More

    pp. 19-51

  3. Coding Electronic Discussion Groups

    Gregory MacKinnon & Lynn Aylward, Acadia University, Canada

    Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia offers a unique set-ting for research in Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC). Acadia, in the fall of 1996, embarked on a laptop project with IBM... More

    pp. 53-61

  4. A Model for Predicting an Individual’s Use of a Telematics Application for a Learning-Related Purpose

    Nico Pals & Betty Collis, University of Twente

    Telematics, the combination of communication and information technology, offers a wide range of possibilities for education. Telematics applications include e-mail, groupware, and all the... More

    pp. 63-103