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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the British Educational Communications and Technology Agency

Volume 30, Number 4, October 1999

Editorial
pp. 291-292(2)
Author: Rushby, Nick

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Thirty years on, BJET! and educational technology comes of age
pp. 293-304(12)
Author: Hawkridge, David

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The use of computer games as an educational tool: identification of appropriate game types and game elements
pp. 311-321(11)
Authors: Amory, Alan; Naicker, Kevin; Vincent, Jacky; Adams, Claudia

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Secondary school students' use of computers at home
pp. 331-339(9)
Author: Harris, Susan

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Communication on information technology
pp. 369-370(2)
Author: Deeson, Eric

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The role of educational technology in establishing a “learning society”
pp. 374-376(3)
Authors: Selwyn, Neil; Gorard, Stephen

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Reviews
pp. 377-384(8)

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