CAL-laborate - Volume 5, October 2000

CAL-laborate - Volume 5, October 2000

In this issue...

Dick Bacon, LTSN Physical Sciences, Ian Johnston, UniServe Science and Ingemar Ingemarsson, CRHE


Can a Combination of Hands-on Experiments and Computers Facilitate Better Learning in Mechanics?
Jonte Bernhard, Linköping University
Why Should On-line Experiments Form Part of University Science Courses?
Hugh Cartwright, Oxford University
Is There a Right Way to Teach Physics?
Ian Johnston and Rosemary Millar, The University of Sydney
A Flexible Learning Approach to Numerical Skills
Duncan Lawson, Coventry University
Formative Assessment via the Web using ELEN
Roy Lowry, University of Plymouth
Science at the Amusement Park
Ann-Marie Mårtensson-Pendrill and Mikael Axelsson, Göteborg University
CALFEM as a Tool for Teaching University Mechanics
Matti Ristinmaa, Göran Sandberg, Lund University and Karl-Gunnar Olsson, Chalmers University of Technology
Pollen Image Management: Using Digital Images to Teach Recognition Skills and Build Reference Collections
Peter Shimeld, Feli Hopf and Stuart Pearson, The University of Newcastle
UKESCC Earth Science Courseware Goes on the Web
W. T. C. Sowerbutts, University of Manchester

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Council for Renewal of Higher Education, Sweden
Learning and Teaching Support Network, UK

CAL-laborate Volume 5 October 2000

Published by: UniServe Science, Carslaw Building (F07), The University of Sydney, NSW 2006
Editor: Anne Fernandez
ISSN: 1443-4482 (print version)
ISSN: 1443-4490 (online version)
© 2000

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