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The Year 2000 Challenges - Special Issue for the Journal of Computers & Geosciences
The International Association for Mathematical Geology WWW/FTP site: an analysis of the first five years and some thoughts for the future
An academic challenge for the year 2000: perfect the memex
Colleges and universities: survival in the information age
Developing and teaching online courses in geology at the two-year college level in Georgia
Keeping our focus: a perspective on distance learning and the large introductory science class
Earth science instruction with digital data
Hays, J.D.; Pfirman, S.; Blumenthal, B.; Kastens, K.; Menke, W.
Earth System Science and the Internet
Johnson, D.R.; Ruzek, M.; Kalb, M.
The educational effectiveness of computer-based instruction
Renshaw, C.E.; Taylor, H.A.
The EarthKAM project: creating space imaging tools for teaching and learning
Dodson, H.; Levin, P.; Ride, S.; Souviney, R.
Technology in introductory geophysics: the high-low mix
Klosko, E.; deLaughter, J.; Stein, S.
Facilitating interaction, communication and collaboration in online courses
McNeil, S.G.; Robin, B.R.; Miller, R.M.
Compact discs in support of training in structural geology in an industrial setting: a case study
Kluth, C.F.; Wilbur, J.D.
Interactive multimedia and internet training for technical professionals in the oil and gas industry
Greaves, W.; Heideman, K.
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