Volume 4


Nos.1-2: (1994)

SPECIAL ISSUE: COMPUTER SUPPORTED COOPERATIVE WORK TOWARDS AN INTEGRATION OF THE SOCIAL AND TECHNICAL

Editors: P.Thomas and J.Dodd

J. Dodd & P. Thomas
Editorial: Disciplinary Theory and Integrated Representation .
1-8.

D. Randall, J. A. Hughes & D. Shapiro
Using Ethnography to Inform Systems Design.
9-28.

J. Dodd
Conflict and Difference: the Pre-Requisite of Collaboration.
29-46.

P. Thomas, J. Riddick & S. Dodd
Organizational Metaphors for the Design of Collaborative Systems.
47-64.

R. Joiner
A Preliminary Investigation into Role Division and the Design of Collaborative Learning Environments.
65-82.

A.G.Deakin, P.Gouma & R.Rada
The Plan-Facilitator and the Plan-Document: A new Aspect of Computer Supported Management.
83-112.

J. Taylor & J. MacDonald
The Effects of Electronic Interactions on Group and Individual Communication Processes.
113-132.

A. Michailidis, R. Rada & P. Gouma
A Study of Efficiency in Computer-Supported Collaborative Writing.
133-162.

M. Mazijoglou, S .M. Clark & S. A. R. Scrivener
The Use of a Shared Drawing Surface as a Co-ordination Tool.
163-178.

M. A. Neary, J. Cornelius & R. Rada
The Design of an Interface for Collaborative Courseware Re-use.
179-203.


Nos.3-4: (1994)

SPECIAL ISSUE: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON COGNITIVE SCIENCE

Editor: W. E. Smythe

W. E. Smythe
Cognitive Science in the Post-Foundational Era: An Introduction.
205-214.

M. R. W. Dawson & K. S. Shamanski
Connectionism, Confusion and Cognitive Science.
215-262.


D. Kuiken
Dreams and Connectionism: A Critique.
263-278.

R. J. Jorna & W. F. G. Haselager
Associationism: Not the Cliff Over Which to Push Connectionism.
279-308.

S. L. Chow
Cognitive Science and Psychology.
309-328.

R. S. Lockhart
Implicit Learning and Cognitive Architectures.
329-343.


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