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Innovations in Education and Training International

1995 Volume 32, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Creating Educational Hyperdocuments: Can It Be Economic?

    Peter J. Brown

    Discusses issues involved in creating educational hyperdocuments at the University of Kent (England) and examines whether the costs are justified by the benefits. Concludes that the key to making a... More

    pp. 202-8

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  2. STILE: A Hypermedia Approach to the Provision of a Flexible, Interdisciplinary Resource Base for Teaching and Learning

    Clive Ruggles

    Outlines the technical infrastructure and uses of the Students' and Teachers' Integrated Learning Environment (STILE) project. Evaluates the project's use of hypermedia to allow teachers and... More

    pp. 209-19

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  3. Using Hypermedia for Language Learning: A Resource Based-Environment

    Alison Piper

    Describes the development of a hypermedia environment model that evolved from a project at the University of Southampton. Examines the use of this interactive environment as a way of providing... More

    pp. 220-28

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  4. Multimedia Delivery of Coastal Zone Management Training

    M J. Clark

    Describes Coastal Zone Management (CZM) multimedia course modules, educational software written by the GeoData Institute at the University of Southamptom for an environmental management... More

    pp. 229-38

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  5. Implementation of a Complete Learning Environment

    J J. Watkins

    Discusses the evaluation of SToMP (Software Teaching of Modular Physics), a project that uses hypermedia to provide the resources an undergraduate student needs to study physics courses via a... More

    pp. 239-44

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  6. The Application of Large-Scale Hypermedia Information Systems to Training

    Richard Crowder

    Discusses the use of hypermedia in electronic information systems that support maintenance operations in large-scale industrial plants. Findings show that after establishing an information system, ... More

    pp. 245-55

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  7. Preparing for the 21st Century: A Paradigm for Our Times

    Brian M. Dwyer

    Proposes an approach to educational change that is nondisruptive to the present system, produces meaningful and lasting learning outcomes, and is cost-effective. Identifies the elements involved in... More

    pp. 269-77

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