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Computers & Education

January 2004 Volume 42, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Improving children's written grammar and style: revising and editing with HARRY

    C.E. Holdich, P.W.H. Chung & R.G. Holdich

    Children usually improve their writing in response to teacher comments. HARRY is a computer tutor, designed to assist children improve their narrative writing, focusing particularly upon grammar... More

    pp. 1-23

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  2. Optimising ICT effectiveness in instruction and learning: multilevel transformation theory and a pilot project in secondary education

    Ton Mooij

    Specific combinations of educational and ICT conditions including computer use may optimise learning processes, particularly for learners at risk. This position paper asks which curricular,... More

    pp. 25-44

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  3. Effects of confidence scores and remedial instruction on prepositions learning in adaptive hypermedia

    Jia-Jiunn Lo, Hui-Mei Wang & Shiou-Wen Yeh

    Although Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) provides EFL (English as a Foreign Language) students a dynamic environment for English learning, many courses in current markets still emphasize... More

    pp. 45-63

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  4. A group-decision approach for evaluating educational web sites

    Gwo-Jen Hwang, Tony C.K. Huang & Judy C.R. Tseng

    With the advent of network technologies, many educational web sites have been developed to assist students in the learning of subjects on computer networks. However, without proper aid, students... More

    pp. 65-86

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  5. ExamNet asynchronous learning network: augmenting face-to-face courses with student-developed exam questions

    E.Vance Wilson

    This paper investigates how students’ attitude and performance are affected by using an asynchronous learning network (ALN) to augment exams in a traditional lecture/lab course. Students used the... More

    pp. 87-107

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