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Journal of Educational Computing Research

1997 Volume 17, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. TACTweb: The Intersection of Text-Analysis and Hypertext

    Geoffrey Rockwell, Graham Passmore & John Bradley

    Describes TACTweb, a World Wide Web-based text and analysis environment that represents the results of text queries as hypertext, and the TACTweb workbook, a tutorial that introduces college... More

    pp. 217-30

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  2. Integrating Constructionism and Instructionism in Educational Hypermedia Programs

    Amnon Shabo

    Discusses how to design courseware programs that integrate benefits of instructionism (linear instruction) and constructionism in a hypermedia structure. A model of feedback that fades in and out... More

    pp. 231-47

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  3. Hypermedia in Science and Mathematics: Applications in Teacher Education, Problem Solving and Student Testing

    David Kumar & Robert Sherwood

    Analyzes selected applications of hypermedia technology in science teacher education, mathematics problem solving, and science testing. Highlights include advantages for preservice teachers;... More

    pp. 249-62

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  4. A Multimedia Authoring Tool for Language Instruction

    Alexander Nakhimovsky

    Describes a multimedia-based Russian language course developed at Colgate University (NY) and a multimedia authoring system that makes the creation of such courses technically feasible for language... More

    pp. 263-76

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  5. Multimodal Information Exploration

    Oliviero Stock, Massimo Zancanaro & Carlo Strapparava

    Discussion of information exploration and software design in computer-based educational systems focuses on the integration of hypermedia and natural language dialog. AlFRESCO is described, an... More

    pp. 277-95

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  6. Hermeneutics, Accreting Receptions, Hypermedia: A Tool for Reference Versus a Tool for Instruction

    Ephraim Nissan, Isaac Rossler & Hillel Weiss

    Provides a select overview of hypertext and information retrieval tools that support traditional Jewish learning and discusses a project in instructional hypermedia that is applied to teaching,... More

    pp. 297-318

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