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Educational Technology

1993 Volume 33, Number 9

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Computer-Based Training and Education: An Australian Perspective

    Roderick C. H. Sims

    Provides an overview of computer-based training and education in Australia. Highlights include elementary and secondary schools; computer hardware; learning tools, including educational games and... More

    pp. 11-15

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  2. The Impact of Computing on Education in Brazil

    Eduardo O. C. Chaves

    Discusses informatics policy in Brazilian public schools. Topics addressed include technological dependency; a national informatics policy for education; programed instruction versus discovery... More

    pp. 16-20

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  3. The Impact of Computing on Education in Bulgaria

    Ivan Stanchev

    Discussion of computers and informatics in Bulgaria focuses on educational computing. Highlights include national goals and objectives; microcomputers in secondary schools, including vocational... More

    pp. 21-24

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  4. The Impact of Computer Technology on Schools in Chile

    Fidel L. Oteiza

    Examines the impact of computers on Chilean education. Topics discussed include the Chilean educational system; the integration of computers in private schools; leadership; and results of a survey ... More

    pp. 25-31

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  5. Informatics, Development, and Education: The Case of China

    Vasilios Makrakis & Liu Yuan-tu

    Discussion of computers and new information technology in developing countries focuses on China. Highlights include information technology as a tool for national development or as a tool for... More

    pp. 31-37

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  6. The Impact of Computing in Education in Europe

    Betty Collis

    Discusses information technology (IT) in member countries of the European Community. Topics addressed include IT in the curriculum of primary and secondary schools; activities sponsored by the... More

    pp. 37-42

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  7. The Impact of Computing in Education in Korea

    Unna Huh

    Discusses educational computing in Korea to be used for improving the teaching-learning process, improving science education, and preparing for an information society. Highlights include government... More

    pp. 42-47

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  8. Computers in Malaysian Schools: Current Developments and Future Plans

    T S. Tengku Shahdan

    Describes efforts to introduce computers into Malaysian education during the past decade. Topics discussed include computer clubs as extramural activities; Ministry of Education initiatives,... More

    pp. 48-52

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  9. Computers in Schools and Universities in the United States of America

    Donald P. Ely

    Describes four aspects of computer technology in education in the United States: (1) the number of computers available to students and teachers; (2) where the computers are located and how they are... More

    pp. 53-57

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  10. Computer-Based Instruction in Developing Countries: A Feasibility Assessment Model

    Thomas C. Reeves

    Presents a model for the analysis of the potential for computer-based instruction in the education and training systems of developing nations and applies the model to Bulgaria as an example.... More

    pp. 58-64

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