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International Journal of Instructional Media

1999 Volume 26, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. A Survey of Factors Which Influence Teachers' Use of Computer-Based Technology

    William E. Jaber & David M. Moore

    Describes a study of the factors that influence elementary and secondary school teachers' use of computer-based technology. It is based on inconsistencies in previous studies, areas not addressed... More

    pp. 253-66

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  2. Language Learning at a Distance via Computer

    William Harrell

    Considers the nature of distance education and presents specific ways in which computers and computer-assisted language learning (CALL) can be used effectively. Topics include costs; and designing ... More

    pp. 267-81

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  3. The Effects of Navigational and Generative Activities in Hypertext Learning on Problem Solving and Comprehension

    Sasha A. Barab, Michael F. Young & JianJuan Wang

    Describes three experiments that examined college students' self-determination, problem-solving, and reading comprehension when using a linear, navigational, or generative computerized system to... More

    pp. 283-309

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  4. Gender Differences and the Need for Visual Control

    Lih-Juan ChanLin

    Describes a study that investigated the effects of visual control (self-controlled versus system-controlled) and gender difference on learning with scientific multimedia instruction, observed how... More

    pp. 329-35

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