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Journal of Technology in Counseling

1999 Volume 1, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A New Professional Publishing Paradigm: Cyberpublication and "The Journal of Technology in Counseling."

    Michael L. Baltimore & Marty Jencius

    This article introduces changes brought about by the advent of professional publishing on the Internet and discusses the infusion of technology in counselor education. Discusses the resource... More

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  2. Accessing the "Journal of Technology in Counseling": A Primer in Effective Use of an Online Journal

    Keith F. Iris

    This article discusses software necessary for the thorough access of materials found within the "Journal of Technology in Counseling", the download and installation process, and how to navigate... More

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  3. Where's the Data: Is Multimedia Instruction Effective in Training Counselors?

    B Grant Hayes

    This article reviews the literature regarding the use of technology in teaching and counselor education, as well as its effectiveness. It also discusses implications for counselor educators and the... More

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  4. Computer Assisted Simulation for Counselor Training of Basic Skills

    John A. Casey

    Efforts to teach basic helping skills to counselors in training using computer assisted simulation continue to evolve. Recent commercial releases include integration of compressed video and text to... More

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  5. Use of Technology in Counseling Assessment: A Survey of Practices, Views, and Outlook

    David J. Lundberg & Christopher I. Cobitz

    This article reports the results of a survey of Association for Assessment in Counseling (AAC) members concerning their use of technology in counseling assessment. (GCP) More

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