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British Journal of Educational Technology

1989 Volume 20, Number 2


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

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Project Comptown: Educational Intervention and Action Research

    Elad Peled

    Describes Project Comptown, an Israeli research-oriented educational intervention designed to create a computer culture in the schools and to use the computer's potential for innovative teaching... More

    pp. 84-105

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  2. Integrating Formative Evaluation into a Learner-Centred Revision Course

    Cliff Beevers

    Describes a learner-centered revision class for undergraduate mathematics students at a Scottish university that used computer-assisted learning (CAL) and added an element of formative evaluation. ... More

    pp. 115-19

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  3. Must Computer Courseware Evaluation Be Totally Subjective?

    Theodore Micceri

    Discussion of software evaluation for computer assisted instruction focuses on the Computer Courseware Evaluation Model (CCEM), developed at the University of South Florida. Criteria for... More

    pp. 120-28

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