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Journal of Interactive Learning Research

1997 Volume 8, Number 3


Gary H. Marks

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 2

  1. Special Issue Preface Concept Mapping

    Piet Kommers, University of Twente

    A rather drastic attempt to benefit from computers in our schools is to see them as prostheses for thinking, reasoning, estimating, experimenting, and learning. Most intriguing in these attempts is... More

    pp. 281-287

  2. Cognitive Mapping as a Learning Method in Hypermedia Design

    Svetoslav Stoyanov, University of Twente

    The effectiveness of cognitive mapping is defined operationally in the terms of general beneficial, differential, and compensation effects. The contribution of the concept mapping method will... More

    pp. 309-323