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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Feb 15, 2002 Volume 28, Number 1


Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. What Early Childhood Educators Need to Know About Computers in Order

    Jacqueline Specht, Huron University College; Eileen Wood, Wilfrid Laurier University; Teena Willoughby & Teena Willoughby, Department of Child Studies at Brock University

    Abstract Recent research in early childhood education centres suggests that the classroom environment and educators' knowledge about computers are not at a level that would support computer... More

  2. Student Access to Information Technology and Perceptions of Future Opportunities in Two Small Labrador Communities

    Della Healey, Ken Stevens & Ken Stevens

    The potential of information technology is increasingly being recognized for the access it provides to educational and vocational opportunities. In Canada, many small schools in rural communities... More

  3. Effects of Surrounding Information and Line Length on Text Comprehension from the Web

    Jess McMullin, Connie Varnhagen, Pheng Heng, Xornam Apedoe & Xornam Apedoe

    The World Wide Web (Web) is becoming a popular medium for transmission of information and online learning. We need to understand how people comprehend information from the Web to design Web sites... More

  4. Book Reviews / Revue de Livres

    Diane Janes, Katherine McManus & Katherine McManus