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Italian Journal of Educational Technology

Apr 30, 1994 Volume 2, Number 1

Editors

Donatella Persico; Stefania Manca; Francesca Pozzi

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. The computer as a laboratory tool for language teaching

    Maria Ferraris

    Reflections on the reasons, ways and viewpoints using information technologies in the context of language teaching. More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 4

  2. In search of new educational meaning: children as multimedial authors

    Antonio Calvani

    Hypermediality debate on 'the hypothesis that the children themselves to become multimedia authors. Besides the operating theoretical reference, describes a working method, derived from work with... More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 12

  3. Databases and human sciences in middle school (first part)

    Camillo Gibelli & Laura Laviosa

    The impact of a new working environment on the whole learning situation, the experience of a middle school (first part) More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 19

  4. The scales of the tutor

    Adele Giambarella, Giacomo Piccardo & Alessandro Rivella

    The autointervista a group of teachers engaged as trainers in the draft ministerial introduction of the computer language in education. More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 26

  5. Language teaching, computer and communication

    François Mangenot

    Discussion of the different roles played by computer tools in teaching foreign language to support the student-teacher communication. The examples in question concern the French language but the... More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 32

  6. The computer for writing: spiritual machine to or text editing tool?

    Domenico Scavetta

    A few thoughts on models, interfaces, and prospects for the practices of writing with computers. More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 38

  7. Computer support to the rhythms of writing

    Mike Sharples

    The influence of writing instruments and, in particular, the computer on rhythmic movement between action and reflection during the writing of texts. More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 44

  8. The "electronic language" beyond the forms of written language

    Serenella Besio, Michela Ott & Guglielmo Trentin

    The search for significance approaching the language of computer messages to spoken language. More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 51

  9. Electronic books

    Francesco Caviglia

    Some news and some reflection on encyclopedias, dictionaries, literary works and magazines on diskette and CD. More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 60

  10. The museum of educational technology (part two)

    Vittorio Midoro

    Reflections on a hypothetical museum of educational technology and its characteristics imaginary (second part). More

    Language: Italiano/Italian

    p. 69