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Computers and the Humanities

1995 Volume 28, Number 4

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Metacognitive Learning Techniques in the User Interface: Advance Organizers and Captioning

    Ana Beatriz Chiquito

    Maintains that the use of metacognitive learning strategies have been recurrent pedagogical tools for facilitating foreign language learning. Describes how new hypermedia and interactive video... More

    pp. 211-23

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  2. Making an Information System for the Humanities

    Christian-Emil Ore

    Maintains that there are two traditional categories of data for scholars: (1) physical objects and nonmaterial objects and (2) processed information. Describes the development and current plans for... More

    pp. 277-82

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