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Rethinking the evaluation of algorithm animations as learning aids: an observational study
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A display carton comprises a rectangular structure having top and bottom closures. Expand
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Emerging trends in the WWW user population
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GVU's WWW User Surveys were initially conducted during January 1994. Expand
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Beyond Adoption to Invention: Teacher-Created Collaborative Activities in Higher Education
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The potential learning benefits of the Web are diminished due to the complexity of creating interactive, collaborative Web-based applications. Expand
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Surveying the Territory: GVU's Five WWW User Surveys
Five years is not very long on most historical scales, but for the World Wide Web (WWW) it constitutes a lifetime. A question almost as old as the web itself is, "Who is using it, and for what?" OneExpand
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Apprenticeship-based learning environments: a principled approach to providing software-realized scaffolding through hypermedia
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We propose the use of hypermedia to provide components of an apprenticeship learning model for students, in which process and conceptual knowledge learning is integrated. Expand
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GVU''s Tenth WWW User Survey
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Using Animations to Learn about Algorithms: An Ethnographic Case Study
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A number of studies have found that using animation for explaining dynamic systems had less bene cial e ects on learning than hoped. Expand
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GVU''s 7th WWW User Survey
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Visualizing Search Results using SQWID
Most approaches to displaying search results create a list of results with some fixed order. Missing is the ability to explore common topics within the set of search results. This paper examinesExpand
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GVU's Ninth WWW User Survey Report
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