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Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal

Interpersonal Computing and Technology: An Electronic Journal for the 21st Century
Published by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology
Additional support provided by Georgetown University
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Northern Arizona University

August, 1997

The first 1997 issue (numbers 1 and 2) is available 
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The Interpersonal Computing and Technology Journal (IPCT-J) is a scholarly, peer-reviewed journal, published four times a year. The journal's focus is on computer-mediated communication, and the pedagogical issues surrounding the use of computers and technology in educational settings.

Copyright 1997 University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) and the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT). Copyright of individual articles in this publication is retained by the individual authors. Copyright of the compilation as a whole is held by UMBC and AECT. It is asked that any republication of this article state that the article was first published in IPCT-J.

How to subscribe/read the IPCT-J and how to submit a contribution?

This site is at the University of Helsinki in Helsinki, Finland

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Index by authors

Authors Title Published in 
Acker, S. R., Slaa, P. and H. Bouwman. International academic joint ventures: Leveraging external resources through telecommunications and travel  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Aiken, M. W. Advantages of group decision support systems  1993: vol 1 nr 3
Barnes, S. Literacy skills in the age of graphical interfaces and new media  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Barnes, S. Hypertext literacy  1994: vol 2 nr 4
Berge, Z. L. and M. P. Collins. Publisher's forum: The founding and managing of IPCT-L: a listowners' perspective  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Berner, R. T. Using computers to teach journalism: What some students think.  1993: vol 1 nr 3
Bondarook , N. The Seattle Times extra: an investment in content, not technology  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Brack, C. L. and A. C. F. Trevitt. Accessing the data to create the knowledge: A case study from forestry  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Bradley, C. D. Access to U.S. government information on the internet  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Butler, B. S. Using WWW/Mosaic to support classroom-based education: An experience report  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Caldwell, B. S. Book review: Set phasers on stun (and other true tales of design, technology, and human error), by Steven Casey  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Caldwell, B. S. and L. H. Taha. Starving at the banquet: Social isolation in electronic communication media  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Caldwell, B. S. and Robertson, J. W. Community-based information technology services 1: what (some) users want  1996: vol 4 nr 1
Cannon, J. R. Telecommunications for public schools: A need more than ever before  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Cannon, J. R. The infusion of telecommunications and word processing educational technologies in the primary preservice teachers' science teaching methods course: an action research project  1996: vol 4 nr 1
Capo, J. A. Book review of Communication and cyberspace: social interaction in an electronic environment edited by Lance Strate, Ronald Jacobson, and Stephanie B. Gibson  1996: vol 4 nr 2
Cohen, J. A. The electronic library in higher education: An overview and status report  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Collins, M. P. Networks and networking: A primer  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Cononelos, T. and Oliva, M. Teaching languages with netnews  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Cotlar, M. and J. N. Shimabukuro Stimulating learning with electronic guest lecturing  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Crain, L. A. Effects of instructional media on immediate and long term recall  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Cutler, R. H. Distributed presence and community in cyberspace  1995: vol 3 nr 2
Davis, M. Fragmented by technologies: A community in cyberspace 1997: vol 5 nr 1-2
Demac, D. Book review: The distance learning funding sourcebook  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Donovan, D. C. Computer mediated communication and the basic speech course  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Dresser, S. Digital alchemy: can content be turned into gold?  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Eastmond, D. V. A report of Syracuse University's computer-facilitated learning program in adult education  1993: vol 1 nr 3
Ebersole, S. Cognitive issues in the design and deployment of interactive hypermedia: Implications for authoring www sites 1997: vol 5 nr 1-2
Ferris, S. P. Women on-line: Cultural and relational aspects of women's communication in on-line discussion groups  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Fowler, R. M. How the secondary orality of the electronic age can awaken us to the primary orality of antiquity, or what hypertext can teach us about the Bible.  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Fromme, R. A. "Project Ecology": An international exchange of student art  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Gibson, S. Is all coherence gone? The role of narrative in web design  1996: vol 4 nr 2
Greller, L. M. and S. Barnes. Groupware and interpersonal text: The computer as a medium of communication  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Gresham, J. L. From invisible college to cyberspace college: Computer conferencing and the transformation of informal scholarly communication networks  1994: vol 2 nr 4
Grigas, G. An experiment of computer programming practice by e-mail  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Helstien, B. A. Libraries: Once and future  1994: vol 2 nr 4
James, F. Online from Adelaide, South Australia  1995: vol 3 nr 1
James, F. Electronic publication - does it count?  1996: vol 4 nr 1
King, S. Analysis of electronic support groups for recovering addicts  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Kuehn, S. A. Communication innovation on a BBS: A content analysis  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Lemke, J. L. Hypermedia and higher education  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Lewis, P. F. Universal service for schools: Insights into the joint board's recommended decision  1997: vol 5 nr 1-2 
Lippert, P. J. A book review of Henry J. Perkinson's  No safety in numbers: How the computer quantified everything and made people risk-aversive 1997: vol 5 nr 1-2
London, S. Teledemocracy vs. deliberative democracy: A comparative look at two models of public talk  1995: vol 3 nr 2
Loughlin, T. W. Virtual relationships: The solitary world of CMC  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Maule R. W. The network classroom  1993: vol 1 nr 1
McAdams, M. Inventing an online newspaper  1995: vol 3 nr 3
McComb, M. Augmenting a group discussion course with computer-mediated communication in a small college setting  1993: vol 1 nr 3
McGreal, R. The New Brunswick Net: The 21st century now  1994: vol 2 nr 1
McGreal, R. Comparison of the attitudes of learners taking audiographic teleconferencing courses in secondary schools in Northern Ontario  1994: vol 2 nr 4
McKenzie, R. Book review: Marshall McLuhan: The medium and the messenger (1989), by Philip Marchand  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Metz, J. Computer-mediated communication: Literature review of a new context  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Miller L., Chaika M. and Groppe L. Girls' preferences in software design: insights from a focus group  1996: vol 4 nr 2
Miller, J. L. Book review: Turning the computer into the children's machine  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Murfin, B. An analysis of computer-mediated communication between middle school students and scientist role models: A pilot study  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Newman D. R., Johnson C., Cochrane C. and Webb B. An experiment in group learning technology: evaluating critical thinking in face-to-face and computer-supported seminars (available also in WWW/HTML format 1996: vol 4 nr 1
Newman, D. R., Webb, B. and Cochrane, C. A content analysis method to measure critical thinking in face-to-face and computer supported group learning  1995: vol 3 nr 2
Norman, K. L. and L. E. Carter. An evaluation of the electronic classroom: The AT&T teaching theatre at the University of Maryland  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Paul, M. J. and J. E. Gochenouer. Telecommunications, isolation, and the erosion of privacy  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Phillips, G. M. Publisher's forum: Speech 2001: A projection of the future  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Phillips, G. M. A nightmare scenario: Literacy and technology  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Phillips, G. M. Creating a real group in a virtual world (edited for publication by Wendy Snetsinger)  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Phillips, G. M. & Barnes, S. B. Is your epal an ax-murderer?  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Rice, M. Issues surrounding the integration of technology into the K-12 Classroom: Notes from the field  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Sakkas, L. Politics on the internet  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Salvador, T. A matter of good practice  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Schorr, A. The quick response center: an interactive business learning environment  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Shade, L. J. Book review: Global Networks, edited by Linda Harasim  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Silva, M. and A. Breuleux. The use of participatory design in the implementation of internet-based collaborative learning activities in K-12 classrooms  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Snetsinger, W. Book review: Computer-mediated communication and the online classroom  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Stodolsky, D. S. Telematic journals and organizational control: Integrity, authority, and self-regulation  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Strate, L. Experiencing cybertime: Computing as activity and event  1995: vol 3 nr 2
Swanson D. J. Toward a policy for managing the use of computer mediated communication in the workplace  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Talbott, S. L. Countercultural computing: (Commentary on Howard Rheingold's book, The Virtual Community.)  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Talbott, S. L. Children of the machine  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Walters, F. Clinton's ethos: Exchanging ideas on the internet  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Weisberg, M. Guidelines for designing effective and healthy learning environments for interactive technologies  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Young M. & Campbell P. University - Natchaug integrated voice, video & data link  1996: vol 4 nr 2

[NEW!] ... [index by author] ... [index by issue number]

Index by volume and issue (from new to old)

Authors Title Published in 
Davis, M. Fragmented by technologies: A community in cyberspace 1997: vol 5 nr 1-2
Ebersole, S. Cognitive issues in the design and deployment of interactive hypermedia: Implications for authoring www sites 1997: vol 5 nr 1-2
Lewis, P. F. Universal service for schools: Insights into the joint board's recommended decision  1997: vol 5 nr 1-2 
Lippert, P. J. A book review of Henry J. Perkinson's  No safety in numbers: How the computer quantified everything and made people risk-aversive 1997: vol 5 nr 1-2
Barnes, S. Literacy skills in the age of graphical interfaces and new media  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Demac, D. Book review: The distance learning funding sourcebook  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Ferris, S. P. Women on-line: Cultural and relational aspects of women's communication in on-line discussion groups  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Salvador, T. A matter of good practice  1996: vol 4 nr 3-4
Capo, J. A. Book review of Communication and cyberspace: social interaction in an electronic environment edited by Lance Strate, Ronald Jacobson, and Stephanie B. Gibson  1996: vol 4 nr 2
Gibson, S. Is all coherence gone? The role of narrative in web design  1996: vol 4 nr 2
Miller L., Chaika M. and Groppe L. Girls' preferences in software design: insights from a focus group  1996: vol 4 nr 2
Young M. & Campbell P. University - Natchaug integrated voice, video & data link  1996: vol 4 nr 2
Caldwell, B. S. and Robertson, J. W. Community-based information technology services 1: what (some) users want  1996: vol 4 nr 1
Cannon, J. R. The infusion of telecommunications and word processing educational technologies in the primary preservice teachers' science teaching methods course: an action research project  1996: vol 4 nr 1
James, F. Electronic publication - does it count?  1996: vol 4 nr 1
Newman D. R., Johnson C., Cochrane C. and Webb B. An experiment in group learning technology: evaluating critical thinking in face-to-face and computer-supported seminars (available also in WWW/HTML format 1996: vol 4 nr 1
Phillips, G. M. Creating a real group in a virtual world (edited for publication by Wendy Snetsinger)  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Phillips, G. M. & Barnes, S. B. Is your epal an ax-murderer?  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Schorr, A. The quick response center: an interactive business learning environment  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Talbott, S. L. Children of the machine  1995: vol 3 nr 4
Bondarook , N. The Seattle Times extra: an investment in content, not technology  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Donovan, D. C. Computer mediated communication and the basic speech course  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Dresser, S. Digital alchemy: can content be turned into gold?  1995: vol 3 nr 3
McAdams, M. Inventing an online newspaper  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Snetsinger, W. Book review: Computer-mediated communication and the online classroom  1995: vol 3 nr 3
Cutler, R. H. Distributed presence and community in cyberspace  1995: vol 3 nr 2
London, S. Teledemocracy vs. deliberative democracy: A comparative look at two models of public talk  1995: vol 3 nr 2
Newman, D. R., Webb, B. and Cochrane, C. A content analysis method to measure critical thinking in face-to-face and computer supported group learning  1995: vol 3 nr 2
Strate, L. Experiencing cybertime: Computing as activity and event  1995: vol 3 nr 2
Brack, C. L. and A. C. F. Trevitt. Accessing the data to create the knowledge: A case study from forestry  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Butler, B. S. Using WWW/Mosaic to support classroom-based education: An experience report  1995: vol 3 nr 1
James, F. Online from Adelaide, South Australia  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Rice, M. Issues surrounding the integration of technology into the K-12 Classroom: Notes from the field  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Shade, L. J. Book review: Global Networks, edited by Linda Harasim  1995: vol 3 nr 1
Barnes, S. Hypertext literacy  1994: vol 2 nr 4
Gresham, J. L. From invisible college to cyberspace college: Computer conferencing and the transformation of informal scholarly communication networks  1994: vol 2 nr 4
Helstien, B. A. Libraries: Once and future  1994: vol 2 nr 4
McGreal, R. Comparison of the attitudes of learners taking audiographic teleconferencing courses in secondary schools in Northern Ontario  1994: vol 2 nr 4
Fowler, R. M. How the secondary orality of the electronic age can awaken us to the primary orality of antiquity, or what hypertext can teach us about the Bible.  1994: vol 2 nr 3
King, S. Analysis of electronic support groups for recovering addicts  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Murfin, B. An analysis of computer-mediated communication between middle school students and scientist role models: A pilot study  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Paul, M. J. and J. E. Gochenouer. Telecommunications, isolation, and the erosion of privacy  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Silva, M. and A. Breuleux. The use of participatory design in the implementation of internet-based collaborative learning activities in K-12 classrooms  1994: vol 2 nr 3
Caldwell, B. S. Book review: Set phasers on stun (and other true tales of design, technology, and human error), by Steven Casey  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Crain, L. A. Effects of instructional media on immediate and long term recall  1994: vol 2 nr 2
McKenzie, R. Book review: Marshall McLuhan: The medium and the messenger (1989), by Philip Marchand  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Metz, J. Computer-mediated communication: Literature review of a new context  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Phillips, G. M. A nightmare scenario: Literacy and technology  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Talbott, S. L. Countercultural computing: (Commentary on Howard Rheingold's book, The Virtual Community.)  1994: vol 2 nr 2
Cononelos, T. and Oliva, M. Teaching languages with netnews  1994: vol 2 nr 1
McGreal, R. The New Brunswick Net: The 21st century now  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Miller, J. L. Book review: Turning the computer into the children's machine  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Norman, K. L. and L. E. Carter. An evaluation of the electronic classroom: The AT&T teaching theatre at the University of Maryland  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Stodolsky, D. S. Telematic journals and organizational control: Integrity, authority, and self-regulation  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Walters, F. Clinton's ethos: Exchanging ideas on the internet  1994: vol 2 nr 1
Acker, S. R., Slaa, P. and H. Bouwman. International academic joint ventures: Leveraging external resources through telecommunications and travel  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Bradley, C. D. Access to U.S. government information on the internet  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Cannon, J. R. Telecommunications for public schools: A need more than ever before  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Fromme, R. A. "Project Ecology": An international exchange of student art  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Phillips, G. M. Publisher's forum: Speech 2001: A projection of the future  1993: vol 1 nr 4
Aiken, M. W. Advantages of group decision support systems  1993: vol 1 nr 3
Berner, R. T. Using computers to teach journalism: What some students think.  1993: vol 1 nr 3
Eastmond, D. V. A report of Syracuse University's computer-facilitated learning program in adult education  1993: vol 1 nr 3
McComb, M. Augmenting a group discussion course with computer-mediated communication in a small college setting  1993: vol 1 nr 3
Berge, Z. L. and M. P. Collins. Publisher's forum: The founding and managing of IPCT-L: a listowners' perspective  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Greller, L. M. and S. Barnes. Groupware and interpersonal text: The computer as a medium of communication  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Grigas, G. An experiment of computer programming practice by e-mail  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Kuehn, S. A. Communication innovation on a BBS: A content analysis  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Lemke, J. L. Hypermedia and higher education  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Sakkas, L. Politics on the internet  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Weisberg, M. Guidelines for designing effective and healthy learning environments for interactive technologies  1993: vol 1 nr 2
Caldwell, B. S. and L. H. Taha. Starving at the banquet: Social isolation in electronic communication media  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Cohen, J. A. The electronic library in higher education: An overview and status report  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Collins, M. P. Networks and networking: A primer  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Cotlar, M. and J. N. Shimabukuro Stimulating learning with electronic guest lecturing  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Loughlin, T. W. Virtual relationships: The solitary world of CMC  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Maule R. W. The network classroom  1993: vol 1 nr 1
Swanson D. J. Toward a policy for managing the use of computer mediated communication in the workplace  1993: vol 1 nr 1
 

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Directory structure

The main level (WWW.HELSINKI.FI/SCIENCE/OPTEK) contains the index or home page (file INDEX.HTML) and the zip package (file IPCT-J.ZIP, a DOS PKZIP format file). Beneath this level there is one subdirectory for each volume (year, directories 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996 and 1997). Each volume directory contains all the "issue abstracts" files (the contents files), which are named from N1.TXT to N4.TXT corresponding issues 1 to 4. Each volume directory contains also subdirectories for the issues of that volume. These issue directories are named from N1 to N4. The issue directories contain articles belonging to that issue, and the articles are named with an author name and extension ".TXT", e.g. BARNES.TXT. In case of an multi-file (HTML formated) artictle, the article files have been placed into an "AUTHOR.HTM" subdirectory.

Techical notes: All file and directory names in the HTML source are written in lower case letter (normal Unix style), and all HTML file have an ".htm" extension (8.3 DOS naming style).

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Last update 18.11.1997