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Informatics in Education

2011 Volume 10, Number 1

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Development of an Information System for Diploma Works Management

    Tsvetanka Georgieva-Trifonova

    In this paper, a client/server information system for the management of data and its extraction from a database containing information for diploma works of students is proposed. The developed... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. On Motivation to Apply ODL in Adult Teachers' Education

    Athanasis Karoulis

    This paper investigates the motivation of teachers of primary education to be trained by means of ODL (Open and Distance Learning). The survey took place during a professional training period and... More

    pp. 37-45

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  3. Research and Prediction of the Application of Multimedia Teaching Aid in Teaching Technical Education on the 2nd Level of Primary Schools

    Ján Stebila

    The purpose and the main aim of the pedagogic experiment were to practically verify the success of Multimedia Teaching Aid (MTA) in conditions of primary schools. We assumed that the use of our... More

    pp. 105-122

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  4. Which Way with Informatics in High Schools in the Netherlands? The Dutch Dilemma

    Nico van Diepen, Jacob Perrenet & Bert Zwaneveld

    Informatics is currently being taught in high schools all over the world. In the Dutch curriculum, computer literacy is taught in the lower grades as a compulsory subject, Informatics is taught as ... More

    pp. 123-148

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