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International Journal of Instructional Media

2000 Volume 27, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. College Success in a Technological Society: Increasing Access and Services for Economically Disadvantaged Students

    James G. Donlevy

    Discusses strategies to improve access to college and to increase the likelihood of academic success for economically disadvantaged and under-served student populations. Considers the use of... More

    pp. 225-30

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  2. Providing Access to Graduate Education Using Computer-Mediated Communication

    Karen A. Card & Laura Horton

    This study examined whether computer mediated communication (CMC) is an effective method of delivering graduate courses in comparison to face-to-face instruction. Discusses CMC as a means of... More

    pp. 235-45

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  3. The Effects of Self-Regulation and Instructional Control on Performance and Motivation in Computer-based Instruction

    WooYong Eom & Robert A. Reiser

    Describes a study of sixth and seventh grade middle school students that examined the effects of learners' reported use of self-regulated learning strategies on achievement and motivation in... More

    pp. 247-60

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  4. Multimedia and Some of Its Technical Issues

    Shousan Wang

    Discusses multimedia and its use in classroom teaching. Describes integrated services digital networks (ISDN); video-on-demand, that uses streaming technology via the Internet; and computer... More

    pp. 303-13

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