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Journal of Research on Computing in Education

1990 Volume 22, Number 4

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Honing in on the Target: Who among the Educationally Disadvantaged Benefits Most from What CBI?

    Karen Swan

    Analyzes results of a study that investigated the efficiency of computer-based instruction (CBI) for teaching remedial skills in reading and mathematics to educationally disadvantaged students in... More

    pp. 381-403

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  2. The Role of Hypermedia in Education: A Look at the Research Issues

    Rachelle S. Heller

    Reviews current literature in the fields of computer science and education that is related to the structure and use of hypermedia; discusses discovery and incidental learning; examines the nature... More

    pp. 431-41

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  3. Empirical Relationships between Cognitive Ability and Computer Familiarity

    Winfred Arthur & Darren Hart

    Discussion of computer usage and familiarity focuses on an empirical study of college students that investigated the relationship between computer familiarity and cognitive ability. Results are... More

    pp. 457-63

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  4. Information Technology Transfer between Educators and Practitioners: Management Strategies for Success

    Robert DeMichiell

    Discusses the efficient transfer of information technology between academic institutions and businesses. Philosophical and operational differences are identified, case studies of cooperative... More

    pp. 475-90

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