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Teaching Sociology

1989 Volume 17, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Teaching Sociology in a Virtual Classroom

    Starr Roxanne Hiltz & Robert Meinke

    Reports the experiences of teaching a totally on-line introductory sociology course. Information is drawn from one of the final evaluation reports. The Virtual Classroom Project funded by the... More

    pp. 431-46

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  2. The POVERTY GAME: A Computer-Based Learning Package for Exploring Poverty and Public Policy

    Susan H. Gray

    Describes a computer-based learning package designed to introduce students to concepts and controversies surrounding the social problem of poverty in the United States and to familiarize them with ... More

    pp. 489-92

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  3. A Test of Simple Computer-Assisted Instructional Software

    Jerry Neapolitan

    Describes the results of an experiment designed to test the effectiveness of simple computer-assisted instructional software for sociology classes. Tests a computer tutorial on attribution theory. ... More

    pp. 493-96

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