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Computers & Education

1999 Volume 32, Number 4

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Three-level teaching material for computer-aided lecturing

    Jorma Sajaniemi & Marja Kuittinen

    Three kinds of supporting material are needed for lectures: lecture notes, presentation material and guidance material for the lecturer. Current computer-aided presentation systems do not allow... More

    pp. 269-284

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  2. “Graphical” Jogthrough: expert based methodology for user interface evaluation, applied in the case of an educational simulation interface

    Stavros Demetriadis, Athanasios Karoulis & Andreas Pombortsis

    “Walkthrough” and “Jogthrough” techniques are well known expert based methodologies for the evaluation of user interface design. In this paper we describe the use of “Graphical” Jogthrough method... More

    pp. 285-99

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  3. Software piracy among computing students: a Bruneian scenario

    Md.Mahbubur Rahim, Afzaal H Seyal & Mohd.Noah Abd Rahman

    Software piracy committed by university students in the western world has been published widely in various computer literature. Little is reported however about why and what proportion of students,... More

    pp. 301-321

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