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Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal

1995 Volume 3, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Accessing the Data to Create the Knowledge: A Case Study from Forestry

    C L. Brack & A C. F. Trevitt

    Reviews two case studies in which computer-based materials are used in forestry education at Australian National University. Data were linked from a large range of sources to improve access and... More

    pp. 9-16

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  2. Using WWW/Mosaic to Support Classroom-Based Education: An Experience Report

    Brian Butler

    Summarizes an experiment in teaching an undergraduate management information systems course relying primarily on online materials accessed using a World Wide Web (WWW) server and Mosaic. Details... More

    pp. 17-52

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  3. Issues Surrounding the Integration of Technology into the K-12 Classroom: Notes from the Field

    Marion Rice

    Discusses issues relating to the integration of information technology into K-12 curricula, focusing on the need for structured inservice programs for teachers to develop competency with technology... More

    pp. 67-81

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