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Machine-Mediated Learning

1994 Volume 4, Number 2

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Number of articles: 7

  1. Research Perspectives on Network Learning

    Margaret Riel & Linda Harasim

    Examines educational research conducted in various settings that has adopted network learning approaches. Two categories of network learning are described--collaborative network learning and... More

    pp. 91-113

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  2. Teaching Teleapprenticeships: A New Organizational Framework for Improving Teacher Education Using Electronic Networks

    James Levin

    Describes a project at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign that explored several models of teleapprenticeships to provide teacher education students with collaborative, constructivist... More

    pp. 149-61

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  3. Telecommunications Training by Immersion: University Courses Online

    Judith B. Harris

    Discussion of telecommunications and distance education focuses on a graduate level course, primarily online, that was designed to help educators become familiar with Internet resources. Topics... More

    pp. 177-85

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  4. Telecommunications and Education and Training in Europe: An Analysis of Research and Practice

    Betty Collis & Pieter de Vries

    Reviews developments in telecommunications applications for education in Western Europe by describing national or regional initiatives for support of telecommunications use by teachers and in... More

    pp. 187-201

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  5. Establishing Statewide K-12 Telecomputing Networks

    Glen L. Bull

    Discusses the development of computing networks for elementary and secondary schools in Virginia and Texas. Highlights include establishing a statewide infrastructure; Internet access; distributed ... More

    pp. 229-50

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  6. Designing Network Information Services for Educators

    Ronald Aust

    Discusses the National Information Infrastructure and presents the research and development experiences of three educational networking projects associated with the University of Kansas. Topics... More

    pp. 251-67

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  7. Ethical and Legal Issues in Computer-Mediated Communications: The Educational Challenge

    Paul E. Resta

    Discusses the ethical use of computer-mediated communication (CMC) and the lack of integration of information ethics into elementary, secondary, and higher education curricula. The development of... More

    pp. 269-80

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