World Conference on Computers in Education VI

WCCE ’95 Liberating the Learner, Proceedings of the sixth IFIP World Conference on Computers in Education, 1995

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ISBN: 978-1-4899-1714-0 (Print) 978-0-387-34844-5 (Online)

Table of contents (104 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxv

  2. IFIP Working Groups

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      IFIP Working Group 3.1: towards integration of computers into education

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      Pages 13-21

      IFIP Working Group 3.2: the place of computing in higher education

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      Pages 23-28

      IFIP Working Group 3.3: applications of computer related technology; are we making progress?

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      Pages 29-33

      IFIP Working Group 3.4: training and education of information technology professionals

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      Pages 35-42

      IFIP Working Group 3.5: using computers to support young learners

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      Pages 43-49

      IFIP Working Group 3.6: distance learning, activities and plans for the future

  3. Artificial Intelligence

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      Pages 51-51

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      Pages 53-65

      A two-phased development shell for learning environments: a design proposal

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      Pages 67-74

      A combined knowledge and hypermedia system to attain educational objectives

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      Pages 75-85

      Two-level learner modelling in the tutoring of declarative knowledge based problem solving

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      Pages 87-96

      An application of fuzzy logic to student modelling

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      Pages 97-106

      Knowledge transfer when learning a second programming language

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      Pages 107-118

      A prototype design for an expert system to identify pupils’ misconceptions in science

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      Pages 119-126

      Domain oriented modelling: a balance between simulation and programming

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      Pages 127-136

      Expert design knowledge: a case study in dental education

  4. Costing

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      Pages 137-137

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      Pages 139-149

      A rigorous framework for measuring development productivity and estimating the effort of multimedia courseware

  5. Developing Countries

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      Pages 151-151

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      Pages 153-162

      Attitudes towards using computers among Malaysian teacher education students

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      Pages 163-171

      Computer education in developing countries: the Sudan case

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      Pages 173-182

      Children’s potential for controlling their own learning while solving problems with an ‘idea organiser’

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      Pages 183-191

      Computer based environmental studies in Lithuania

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      Pages 193-201

      Uganda’s schools: do these need computers?

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