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Teaching Sociology

1988 Volume 16, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Micro-Computer Test-Generation Systems: A Software Review

    Victoria Sturtevant & Bryce Johnson

    Explains how microcomputer-based test generation systems work and how to select and use such a system. Discusses several available programs, recommending the Harpertest and Micro-Pac systems for... More

    pp. 49-54

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  2. Demos: Teaching the Demography Unit through Computer Simulations

    Steven Stack

    Reviews the uses of DEMOS, a set of demographic computer simulations which can be used to improve instruction in introductory sociology courses. Gives examples of both interactive and... More

    pp. 55-60

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  3. Developing Computer-Based Education and Self-Pacing for Introductory Sociology: A Teacher's Perspective

    Mary Beth Susman

    Discusses the author's experiences in designing and implementing a self-paced introductory sociology course. Describes development of an interactive testing program and details of course design.... More

    pp. 74-77

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