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ED-MEDIA / ED-TELECOM 98
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Media in Education (MED)

 

A multimedia approach to music education in South Africa
H.M. Potgieter & Irene le Roux, Univ. of Pretoria, South Africa

An ecology of proximity
Stephen Duplantier, USA

Education on the Internet: Success can be measured
Robert S. Gilliver, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore

Evaluating software ease of use based on speed, memory, effort and comfort
Jennifer D.E. Thomas, Pace Univ., USA

Guidelines for media selection
E. Heeren, C.A. Verwijs & J.C.M.M. Moonen, Telematics Research Centre, The Netherlands

Hemo-surf - An interactive atlas of hematology on the Web
U. Woermann, Univ. of Bern; A. Tobler, Univ. Hospital Insel, Switzerland

Introducing a media production course into the middle school: Don't reinvent the wheel
Stephanie Rusnak, South Carolina State Univ., USA

Multimedia-based environmental science education: From local use to broad dissemination
Martin Storksdieck, Richard Fehrenbach Planetarium, Germany

Reception and effectiveness of an educational software program of learning and self-assessment in law history
Henri Born & Roger Vigneron, Univ. of Liege, Belgium

Self-directed learning of university students using a CD-ROM on English: Spectral analysis of their performances
Veronique Jans, Univ. de Liege

 

Significant use of the Internet by faculty, but not for teaching
Howard Poole, Thomas Van Valey; Patricia Vander Meer, Western Michigan Univ., USA

Spatial visualization and multimedia
Marie Claire Ribeiro Pola, Univ. Laval; Paulo Pavel, Univ. du Maine, France

Support units for university teaching based on WWW
J.L. Marzo, M. Estebanell, R. Babregat, F. Ferres & T. Verdu, Univ. of Girona, Spain

Teaching Spatial Orientation using Virtual Worlds
Sabine Volbracht, Gitta Domik, Dorothea Backe-Neuwald & Hans-Dieter Rinkens, University of Paderborn, Germany

The center for teaching materials in the Internet, a teachers network
Margit Fischbach, The Center for Teaching Materials in the Internet, Germany

The encyclopedia of ingredients: Development and implementation
El-Marie Mostert, Univ. of Pretoria, South Africa

The interactive course map
Diane Mole & Tamara Sumner, The Open Univ., UK

Web aided teaching - A geomatics experience and perspective
Jie Shan, Univ. College Gvle, Sweden


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