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International Journal of Instructional Media

1998 Volume 25, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. The Clovis Project: Enhancing Student Learning and Teacher Training with Telecommunications

    Harriet G. Taylor & Janice M. Stuhlmann

    Describes a project that used the model of character impersonation to allow students to communicate via e-mail with Clovis Crawfish, a children's literature character. Highlights include teaching... More

    pp. 357-66

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  2. Utilizing Computers for Reading Improvement in a Junior High: A Case Study

    Les Potter & John Small

    Presents a case study of the use of computers to improve student reading scores at a rural southern junior high school. Student achievement, cost effectiveness, scheduling, curriculum, time... More

    pp. 383-87

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  3. Text Labels for Hypertext Navigation Buttons

    Elizabeth Boling, Joanne E. Beriswill, Richard Xaver, Christopher Hebb, Donald Kaufman & Theodore Frick

    Discussion of navigation buttons in instructional hypermedia programs focuses on a study of college students that investigated the effectiveness of buttons with pictorial representations, buttons... More

    pp. 407-21

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