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Computers & Education

2000 Volume 34, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. A developmental model for distance learning using the Internet

    Katia Passerini & Mary J. Granger

    The Internet opens a new generation of distance education (fourth generation), introducing sophisticated delivery tools and creating a paradigm shift with profound implications on the design of... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. The evaluation and influence of interaction in network supported collaborative concept mapping

    Chiung-Hui Chiu, Chun-Chieh Huang & Wen-Tsung Chang

    This study investigated group interaction processes in network supported collaborative concept mapping and the influence these group interaction processes had upon group concept mapping performance... More

    pp. 17-25

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  3. Gender differences in computer anxiety among university entrants since 1992

    John Todman

    It has been reported that the proportion of computerphobic adults, including those comprising the population of first-year university students, remained fairly constant over several years preceding... More

    pp. 27-35

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  4. Computer-based assessment: a versatile educational tool

    M. Thelwall

    There are many types of Computer-Based Assessment in use today in higher education, from formative self-tests to summative final exams. CBA is used in various ways as an integral part of many... More

    pp. 37-49

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  5. Online markup based language learning environment

    Hiroaki Ogata, Cheng Feng, Yoshiaki Hada & Yoneo Yano

    This article describes the development and implementation of an Internet-based educational system called Communicative Collection Assisting System (CoCoA) designed to assist student-centered... More

    pp. 51-66

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