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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 17, Number 3, September 2001

Guest editorial: assessing learning with ICT
pp. 223-226(4)
Author: McDougall, A.

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Guest editorial: assessing learning with ICT
pp. 223-226(4)
Author: McDougall, A.

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The computer as a Trojan Horse
pp. 251-262(12)
Author: Boyle, M.

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ICT in higher education: evaluating outcomes for health education
pp. 275-283(9)
Authors: Lockyer, L.; Patterson, J.; Harper, B.

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Discovery simulations and the assessment of intuitive knowledge
pp. 284-294(11)
Authors: Swaak, J.; de Jong, T.

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‘Bridging Tools’ for change: evaluating a collaborative learning network
pp. 295-305(11)
Authors: Bonamy, J.; Charlier, B.; Saunders, M.

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Feedback for web-based assignments
pp. 306-313(8)
Authors: Collis, B.; De Boer, W.; Slotman, K.

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Experiences of assessment: using phenomenography for evaluation
pp. 314-321(8)
Authors: Jones, C.; Asensio, M.

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Learning statistics by computer software is cheating
pp. 329-330(2)
Author: Maltby, J.

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