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Volume 29, Number 2, April 1998

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Editorial
pp. 99-100(2)
Author: Rushby, Nick

Effects of a television distance education course in computer science
pp. 101-111(11)
Authors: Boulet, Marie-Michèle; Boudreault, Serge; Guérette, Louis

Pragmatic user model implementation in an intelligent help system
pp. 113-123(11)
Authors: Fernandez-Manjon, Baltasar; Fernandez-Valmayor, Alfredo; Fernandez-Chamizo, Carmen

Maximising the language and learning link in computer learning environments
pp. 125-136(12)
Authors: McLoughlin, Catherine; Oliver, Ron

A holistic approach to supporting distance learning using the Internet: transformation, nottranslation
pp. 149-161(13)
Authors: Thomas, Pete; Carswell, Linda; Price, Blaine; Petre, Marian

Technology transfer in schools: from research to innovation
pp. 163-172(10)
Authors: Bottino, Rosa Maria; Forcheri, Paola; Molfino, Maria Teresa

NetLearning: creation of an online directory of Internet learning resources
pp. 173-176(4)
Authors: Newton, Robert; Marcella, Rita; Middleton, Iain

Into the world of electronic classrooms: a passport to flexible learning
pp. 177-179(3)
Authors: Thompson, Robert; Winterfield, Jennifer; Flanders, Margaret

Nursing care plans for undergraduate teaching and learning: using a computerised planning format
pp. 181-184(4)
Authors: Gillham, David; Cheek, Julianne; Mills, Patricia

Hazyspace: towards re-understanding the user
pp. 185-186(2)
Author: Hale, Gregory

Reviews
pp. 187-191(5)

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