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Canadian Journal of Educational Communication

1992 Volume 21, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Technology Education for Democracy

    William J. Egnatoff

    Provides a framework for examining classroom practice to see how technology is used to support democratic participation in Canadian education. Six examples are given of the use of computers in... More

    pp. 195-205

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  2. The Use of Schema Theory in the Design and Development of an Interactive Videodisc Module: A Medical Example

    Richard Hamilton & David Taylor

    Describes a cognitive approach to designing instruction that uses schema theory and illustrates an instructional application of schema theory using a self-instructional interactive videodisc to... More

    pp. 207-21

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  3. An Investigation of Learner Characteristics and Instructional Control on Grade Five Students

    Penelope Anne Nicholson

    Describes a study of fifth graders that was conducted to investigate whether the type of instructional control affects achievement when using computer-assisted instruction. Highlights include... More

    pp. 223-41

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  4. Performance Support Systems: Guidelines for System Design and Integration

    William D. Milheim

    Describes the components of electronic performance support systems that are used for the provision of information, decision support, and training for on-the-job employees. Rationale for the use of ... More

    pp. 243-52

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