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|Title:||Beliefs and computer-based learning|
|Publisher:||Educational Technology Publications|
|Abstract:||Discusses the use of beliefs to guide researchers in the development of computer-based learning. Topics include properties of beliefs; beliefs about learning; beliefs about computer technologies; directions for computer-based learning, including multimedia technology, virtual reality, and groupware; and learning rationales, including constructionism, situated cognition, cognitive apprenticeship, and anchored instruction.|
|Appears in Collections:||教師著作|
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