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Machine-Mediated Learning

1995 Volume 5, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Semiotics of Interactive and Manipulative Graphics in Computer Learning Environments

    Jarmo J. Levonen

    Proposes that a semiotic approach can be used as a supplementary method in assessing the denotations and connotations of the signs and their relationships in computer learning environments.... More

    pp. 177-84

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  2. Using Multiple Indicators of Cognitive State in Logistic Models that Predict Individual Performance in Machine-Mediated Learning Environments

    Thomas E. Hancock

    In machine-mediated learning environments, there is a need for more reliable methods of calculating the probability that a learner's response will be correct in future trials. A combination of... More

    pp. 237-53

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  3. Adapting the Appropriate Amount of Instruction to Learning Needs in Computerized Adaptive Instructional Systems

    Hans J. Vos

    Formulates rules for adapting the appropriate amount of instruction to learning needs in computerized adaptive instructional systems. The framework is derived from Bayesian decision theory and the ... More

    pp. 255-68

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  4. Professional Development of Multimedia Courseware

    Charles van der Mast

    Discussion of multimedia courseware development focuses on a framework of ways of thinking, modeling, working, and controlling the development process to derive criteria for a comprehensive method.... More

    pp. 269-92

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