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
This newsletter was brought to you by:
- UniServe Science
- 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
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Editor: Anne Fernandez
ISSN: 1443-4482 (print version)
ISSN: 1443-4490 (online version)
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