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T.H.E. Journal

1997 Volume 25, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Software Simulation Enhances Science Experiments

    Frances M. Coleman

    Explains the unique benefits of using simulation software in place of physical experiments testing in high school science. Supplies detailed examples of students' usage. A sidebar presents vendors ... More

    pp. 56-58

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  2. Internet-Based Testing: A Vision or Reality?

    Eleanor Bicanich, Thomas Slivinski, Jerome T. Kapes & Susan B. Hardwicke

    Reports on a statewide pilot project which compared testing using paper-and-pencil and Internet-delivered test items. Participants were students from 14 Pennsylvania vocational-technical... More

    pp. 61-64

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  3. E-COMP: A Few Words About Teaching Writing with Computers

    Bryan Alexander, James Crowley, Deanne Lundin, Vicki Mudry, Stephanie Palmer & Eric Rabkin

    A group of graduate-student instructors and English faculty at the University of Michigan discusses how computers were used to teach writing in their English composition courses. Collaborative... More

    pp. 66-67

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  4. The Boulder Valley Internet Project: Lessons Learned

    Lorraine Sherry

    Summarizes the results of a study of the adoption/diffusion of Internet- and Web-based telecommunications throughout the Boulder Valley School District (Colorado). Discusses elements of the... More

    pp. 68-72

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  5. What Computer Skills Do Employers Expect from Recent College Graduates?

    Philip Davis

    To identify the computer skills that employers expect college graduates to have mastered, a survey was conducted at Cornell University of its corporate recruiters. The questionnaire gathered... More

    pp. 74-78

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