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Can computer-aided instruction accommodate all learners equally?
Ross, J.; Schulz, R.
Theories underlying perceived changes in teaching and learning after installing a computer network in a secondary school
Wishart, J.; Blease, D.
Cognitive style, gender and learning from multi-media materials in 11-year-old children
Riding, R.; Grimley, M.
The potential of portable technologies for supporting graphing investigations
Hurdles to successful implementation of “Learning Trees”
Sosabowski, M.H.; Herson, K.; Lloyd, A.W.
Web-based technology in a constructivist community of learners
Virtual concerns: restrictions of the Internet as a learning environment
Learning from objects on-line: virtue and reality
Artificial intelligence in educational software: has its time come?
Index: Volume 29: January-October 1998