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Educational Media International

1998 Volume 35, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 13

  1. Potentials and Constraints of ICT in Schools

    Dagmar Hexel, Olivier de Marcellus & Marc Bernoulli

    Describes research that was part of the European Community's "Socrates Mailbox" project that investigated changes in learning produced by the introduction of information and communication... More

    pp. 149-56

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  2. Using SAS/IntrNet for Evaluating Web-Based Courses

    Chong-ho Yu, Angel Jannasch-Pennell, Sam Digangi & Barnaby Wasson

    Describes the use of SAS/IntrNet, a Web service rather than a Web server, to evaluate and enhance university level Web-based courses. IntrNet provides the ability to create both static and dynamic ... More

    pp. 157-61

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  3. Metamorphosis: Teaching and Studying Contemporary Canadian Literature on the World Wide Web

    Karin Beeler

    Discussion of use of the World Wide Web for literary studies focuses on a course on contemporary Canadian literature offered at the University of Northern British Columbia. Highlights include... More

    pp. 162-68

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  4. The Infoshare Module: Using Collaborative Asynchronous Training To Improve Web Search Skills

    Lucio Teles & Julia Rylands

    Discusses the design, development, and implementation of a collaborative learning environment for online training called Infoshare on the World Wide Web. It was designed to teach participants how... More

    pp. 169-72

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  5. Constructing Problems in a Web-Based Learning Environment

    Shirley Corrent-Agostinho, John Hedberg & Geraldine Lefoe

    Describes how the World Wide Web was implemented in a graduate course that focused on technology-based learning at the University of Wollongong (Australia). The interactions that took place among... More

    pp. 173-80

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  6. What Pedagogy for the Age of Abundant Information? Lessons from "Archaeotype"

    Evangelia V. Dimaraki, John B. Black & Mary K. Brown

    Describes the "Archaeotype" curriculum, a pioneering effort to apply networked multimedia to create complex, content-rich learning environments by combining a task environment with a hypermedia... More

    pp. 181-85

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  7. Maintaining Academic Integrity in Web-Based Instruction

    Sharon Gray

    Considers how to maintain academic integrity when using Web-based instruction in higher education. Highlights include standards for traditional courses; accountability; secure testing; and creating... More

    pp. 186-88

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  8. Media Education in a New Context

    Maria Emilia Brederode Santos

    Presents reflections from a Portuguese representative on the 1997 ICEM (International Council for Educational Media) conference which was called "Education for Media." Highlights include market... More

    pp. 189-91

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  9. Developing a Large Scale Instructional Programme on the Web

    Ann E. Barron

    Provides background information on the evolution of a large instructional Web site, "A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust" that was designed and developed by graduate students at the University of... More

    pp. 192-96

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  10. The Web as a Delivery Medium To Enhance Instruction

    Bijan Gillani

    Discusses how to design and develop an effective Web site to enhance instruction based on a graduate course at California State University at Hayward. Topics include the analysis phase, content... More

    pp. 197-202

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  11. The World Wide Web, Computers and Teaching Literature

    Eric Johnson

    Discusses computer programs for textual research in literature and describes a graduate course on computing for the humanities that was developed at Dakota State University that used the World Wide... More

    pp. 203-15

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  12. Media Violence and Children

    Jo Groebel

    Presents the results of the UNESCO global study on media violence and children which was conducted between 1996 and 1997. Highlights include the role of the media, media heroes as role models,... More

    pp. 216-27

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  13. From Surfing to Diving: A Beginner's Guide to Enhancing the Foreign Language Classroom through Templates

    Carolyn Lally

    Provides a background to the development of the Internet; discusses Web sites as foreign-language-learning tools; and describes the Nicenet Internet Classroom Assistant that can be used as a... More

    pp. 228-30

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