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Innovations in Education and Teaching International

2002 Volume 39, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Laptops and Learning: Evaluating Advances in Nurse Education

    Susan A. Geertshuis, Mary E. A. Holmes, A Thomas, L Sandercock, A Krayer, R Iphofen, D Allsup & M Godwin

    Describes the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in nurse education at the University of Wales Bangor. Explains the evaluation strategy for a longitudinal study of ICT,... More

    pp. 165-70

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  2. Towards Constructivism: Investigating Students' Perceptions and Learning as a Result of Using an Online Environment

    Matthew Hughes & Norma Daykin

    Describes an evaluation of an online course at the University of the West of England that was designed to move towards a student-centered, constructivist learning approach. Highlights include... More

    pp. 217-24

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  3. Computer Imagery and Visualization in Built Environment Education: The CAL-Visual Approach

    N Bouchlaghem, A Wilson, N Beacham & W Sher

    Discussion of information and communication technology in the United Kingdom focuses on the use of multimedia technologies, particularly digital imagery and visualization material, to improve... More

    pp. 225-36

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  4. The Use of Internet-Based Learning in Biology

    Chen-yung Lin, Yeong-jing Cheng, Yung-ta Chang & Reping Hu

    Describes a study that implemented an Internet-based project in a Taiwanese secondary school biology class and investigated its effect on the cognitive preferences held by students and on their... More

    pp. 237-42

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