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Education and Computing

1988 Volume 4, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. The Use of Intensive Workshops in the Teaching of Computer Studies Students

    John Barrie Thompson

    Describes a new approach to teaching computer science students through the use of workshops that was developed at Sunderland Polytechnic (England). The course structure is explained, workshops'... More

    pp. 59-69

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  2. A Survey of Microcomputer Use in the Humanities and Social Sciences: A U. K. University Study

    Rudy A. Hirschheim

    Summarizes the methodology and results of a questionnaire survey of the use of microcomputers in university humanities departments in the United Kingdom. Highlights include faculty, staff, and... More

    pp. 77-89

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  3. New Structures for Technology-Based Courses

    Alfred Bork

    Considers new modes of course organization that are based on computers, videodisc players, compact disk players, and other components of interactive technology. Topics discussed include student... More

    pp. 109-17

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