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British Journal of Educational Technology

1988 Volume 19, Number 2


Carina Girvan; Sara Hennessy; Manolis Mavrikis; Sara Price; Niall Winters

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Distance Education and the World Bank

    David Hawkridge

    Review of distance education projects in developing countries focuses on those that have been funded by the World Bank from 1963 to 1985. Systems for primary, secondary, college level, adult, and... More

    pp. 84-95

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  2. Adapting the Author Language Proforma for Test Purposes

    John Collett

    Outlines stages in the development of computer aided instruction in the University of Waikato French department, including the creation of the authoring language Proforma. Adaptations of Proforma... More

    pp. 96-104

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  3. The Impact of Society on Educational Technology

    Gary Boyd

    Presents a theoretical perspective on the impact of society on new technologies, and gives examples of the impact of cultural factors on the development of computer/video-mediated educational... More

    pp. 114-22

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  4. A Computer-Based Vocabulary Program for Three Categories of Student

    Steven V. Horton

    Describes two experiments that were designed to test the effectiveness of a microcomputer-based vocabulary program for high school students. Pretest and posttest methodologies are described for... More

    pp. 131-43

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