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Innovations in Education and Teaching International

November 2006 Volume 43, Number 4

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Mapping and Managing Knowledge and Information in Resource-Based Learning

    Sigmar-Olaf Tergan, Wolfgang Graber & Anja Neumann

    In resource-based learning scenarios, students are often overwhelmed by the complexity of task-relevant knowledge and information. Techniques for the external interactive representation of... More

    pp. 327-336

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  2. The ZAP Project: Designing Interactive Computer Tools for Learning Psychology

    Casper Hulshof, Tessa Eysink & Ton de Jong

    In the ZAP project, a set of interactive computer programs called "ZAPs" was developed. The programs were designed in such a way that first-year students experience psychological phenomena in a... More

    pp. 337-351

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  3. Micronutrient Action Plan Instructional Tool (MAPit): A Training Tool to Support Public Health Professionals' Efforts to Eliminate Micronutrient Malnutrition

    Suzanne Elbon, Peter Nsubuga, Jacky Knowles, Emily Bobrow, Ibrahim Parvanta, Arnold Timmer & Frits van der Haar

    Micronutrient malnutrition (MM) is a global health problem that affects the national socioeconomic stability of an affected country. This article describes a multimedia training tool, the... More

    pp. 353-368

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  4. Enhancing the Teaching Experience of Pre-Service Teachers through the Use of Videos in Web-Based Computer-Mediated Communication (CMC)

    Greg C. Lee & Cheng-Chih Wu

    The provision of feedback to students is an important aspect of teaching and learning processes. It is often a necessary requirement for the stimulation of self-reflection. This paper describes the... More

    pp. 369-380

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  5. Factors Affecting Students' Usage and Perceptions of a Generic Intranet Learning Resource: Models of Use

    Sue Drew & Louise Thorpe

    The Key to Key Skills Project made portable to other universities an intranet system, developed at Leeds Metropolitan University, to support students' Key Skills. The system was piloted and... More

    pp. 381-396

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  6. Sink or Swim: Taking Advantage of Developments in Video Streaming

    Karen Fill & Roger Ottewill

    Amongst the many recent developments in learning technology, video streaming appears to offer a considerable range of benefits for tutors and learners alike. For these to be fully realised, however... More

    pp. 397-408

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