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Internet Research

1997 Volume 7, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Creating Common Knowledge: School Networking in an Urban Setting

    Robert D. Carlitz & Mario Zinga

    Discussion of the use of wide area computer networks to facilitate community-building and educational reform in elementary-secondary education focuses on a project in Pittsburgh called Common... More

    pp. 274-86

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  2. Internet Implementation in Brazilian K-12 Schools

    Luiz Antonio Joia

    Presents a framework for implementing the Internet in Brazilian elementary and secondary schools. Topics include schools as assembly lines in the information society; pedagogical uses of the... More

    pp. 301-4

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  3. Who Is Going Online? Results from the National Capital FreeNet

    Andrew S. Patrick & Alex Black

    Discusses the results of a survey of National Capital FreeNet users in Ottawa (Canada) that explores demographic characteristics, access methods, and levels of satisfaction. Results suggest that... More

    pp. 305-19

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  4. RPC-News: A Real-Time, Personalized, Chinese News System

    Da-Wei Chang, Ing-Chou Chen, Hao-Ren Ke & Ruei-Chuan Chang

    Describes the design and implementation of a system for the selective dissemination of information (SDI) from news articles via the World Wide Web, in Chinese and English, that focuses on multi... More

    pp. 320-28

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  5. The Base Delta Principle

    Hitoshi Noguchi

    Discusses the Internet and the need to build network infrastructure based on experiences in Japan. Proposes a system in which the information superhighway can be built, maintained, and routinely... More

    pp. 329-36

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