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International Journal of Educational Telecommunications

1995 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 19

  1. Can Computer-Based Testing Achieve Quality and Efficiency in Assessment?

    Paul Bocij & Andrew Greasley

    Reports findings of a two-year study of undergraduates at a United Kingdom university concerning the development and implementation of a general-purpose computer-based assessment (CBA) system.... More

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  2. Gender Differences and Computer Competency: The Effects of a High Access Computer Program on the Computer Competency of Young Women

    Alan Bain, Peter T. Hess, Gerard Jones & Carl Berelowitz

    Examines the effects of a secondary school technology-immersion program on the technological competency of students. Discusses the effects of participation in a high computer-to-student access... More

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  3. An Assessment of Training Needs in the Use of Distance Education for Instruction

    Lorraine C. Sherry & Richard A. Morse, University of Colorado at Denver, United States

    A needs assessment was performed to identify the training needs of teachers, site facilitators, and other team members involved in distance learning projects. Rossett's (1991) model was used for... More

    pp. 5-22

  4. Motivation in Cyber Learning Environments

    John M. Keller

    Addresses issues associated with motivating students to learn in cyber learning environments; reviews the ARCS model as a basis for systematic motivational design; describes a simplified... More

    pp. 7-30

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  5. The Learning Web: A System View and an Agent-Oriented Model

    D Norrie & B Gaines, University of Calgary, Canada

    The notion of a learning society has long been promoted as the next stage of evolution of the educational system, from the inculation of skills and knowledge to the development of capacities which ... More

    pp. 23-41

  6. The Introduction and Its Meanings of New Curriculum for Information Technology-Education from Primary to Senior High School in Japan

    Toshio Okamoto

    Describes the comprehensive curriculum and school infrastructure of information technology education in elementary and secondary schools in Japan. Compares Japan's educational computing with the... More

    pp. 31-48

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  7. Perceptions of Proximate and Distant Learners Enrolled in University-Level Communication Courses: A Significant Nonsignificant Finding

    Michael Z. Hackman & Kim B. Walker, University of Colorado, United States

    In the information age, telecommunications is replacing face-to-face contact at an accelerating rate. Much of the adoption of new technologies is based on assumptions among users that mediated... More

    pp. 43-51

  8. Present and Future of Cyber Education in Korea: Suggestion for Its Promising Future Based on Representative Practices

    Youngsoo Kim & Jong Yeon Lee

    Provides an overview of cyber education in Korea that is meeting the educational needs of corporations as well as universities. Topics include Web pages; plans for performance evaluation; system... More

    pp. 51-71

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  9. Teachers UsingTechnology: Barriers and Breakthroughs

    Sandra R. Levin, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States

    During the 1992-93 school year, a Southern California school district began building a telecommunication infrastructure to connect its 150 elementary, middle, and high schools to the Internet. Two ... More

    pp. 53-70

  10. Can University Faculty Affect Student Attitudes Toward Electronic Mail?

    Cheryl A. Wissick, Tracy DuBay, Neal Helman & Dennis L. Cates, University of South Carolina, United States

    This study investigated the extent to which the number of assignments and number of faculty interactions with students using electronic mail affected students' attitudes and proficiencies in using ... More

    pp. 71-84

  11. The Systematic Design and Production of Course Materials for a Virtual University in Korea

    Sung-Ho Kwon

    Provides a background to the establishment of virtual universities in Korea and presents a framework for course development. Highlights include the use of distance, or open education; reasons for... More

    pp. 73-91

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  12. An Inter-Cultural Approach to Literature: E-Mail in the Literature Classroom

    Per Mehus, Adolf Oien’s School, Norway

    This article calls for projects of a sound educational nature on the net. While hundreds of projects of sorts are being carried out right now on the Internet, very few of them are really worthwhile... More

    pp. 85-92

  13. Evaluation of Student Achievements in Web-based Instruction

    Mi-Lee Ahn & Wan-Young Ryoo

    Discussion of Web-based instruction in Korean higher education focuses on methods of student assessment, including formal (tests and assignments), informal (attendance, participation, and... More

    pp. 93-105

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  14. Problems and Issues in Distance Learning Using Interactive Video Between the U.S. and Selected African Countries

    Larry Dooley, Texas A&M University, United States

    With the recent growth and development of distance learning, where courses can be literally "beamed" throughout the nation and even beyond, the possibilities of intercommunications and educational ... More

    pp. 93-104

  15. Design Strategies for Developing Web-based Training Courses in a Korean Corporate Context

    Insung Jung & Junghoon Leem

    Describes the Network-Based Instructional Systems Development model for developing Web-based virtual training courses that incorporate social interaction and collaborative learning strategies in a ... More

    pp. 107-21

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  16. Integration of Information Technology into Higher Education: Do We Have To Be Virtual?

    Inn-woo Park

    Proposes how to utilize a virtual environment to enhance learning and teaching activities in formal higher education. Predicts that future higher education will still require a campus equipped with... More

    pp. 141-57

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  17. Cooperative Learning Approach to Computer-based Instruction

    Mi Shon

    Explores practical guidelines for classroom use of cooperative learning integrated with computer-based learning. Discusses positive interdependence, social modeling, communication skills,... More

    pp. 159-78

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  18. Women's Past, Present, and Future in Digital Technology

    Min Kyeong Kim

    Discussion of new digital information technologies highlights issues of concern for women. Topics include the non-neutrality of digital technology; social and cultural effects of digital technology... More

    pp. 217-34

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  19. The Effects of Self-Regulated Learning Strategy on Academic Achievement in a Computer-Networked Hypermedia Learning Environment

    Wooyong Eom

    This study identifies how self-regulated learning strategies that learners already have are related to the effectiveness of learning with a computer-networked hypermedia learning environment. Data ... More

    pp. 263-85

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