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Innovations in Education and Teaching International

2001 Volume 38, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Supported Distance Learning for Health-Care Managers: How Far Can Learning Materials Travel?

    Vivien Martin, Euan Henderson, Jason Abbott, Chris Skinner, Mary Tabarsi Tsang & Graham Wood

    Reports on an evaluation of the use of learning materials developed by the Open University for operational managers in the British Health Service by professionals in Australia, the Cayman Islands, ... More

    pp. 315-26

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  2. Transactional Distance in World Wide Web Learning Environments

    Yau-Jane Chen

    Describes a study conducted at four Taiwan universities that measured the impact of variables on learners' perceived transactional distance in a World Wide Web learning environment. Examines... More

    pp. 327-38

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  3. Student Behaviour and Performance in Using a Web-based Assessment System

    Chi Keun Wong, Wai Wong & Chor Hung Yeung

    Describes the development of a multimedia Web-based assessment system for computer literacy at Hong Kong Baptist University. Presents findings of a study that investigated students' behavior,... More

    pp. 339-46

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  4. Training's New Role in Learning Organizations

    Sherrie Myers Bartell

    Explores the implications of the learning organization phenomenon for the training and development field. Topics include the increasing complexity of organizational environments due to... More

    pp. 354-63

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  5. Learning through Web Page Design

    Deborah Peel

    Describes and evaluates the use of Web page design in an undergraduate course in the United Kingdom on town planning. Highlights include incorporating information and communication technologies... More

    pp. 383-96

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  6. Designing a Hospital Intranet Nurse Learning System for Improving Continuing Nursing Education

    Hing-Yin Mak, Andrew P. Mallard & John CK. Kwok

    Discussion of continuing nurse education focuses on the development of a Nursing Intranet Learning System developed in Hong Kong, a cost effective, multilingual Internet-based system. Describes... More

    pp. 397-405

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