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Conference Papers

Note:

* refers to co-authors who are PhD students of F. Deek.
** refers to co-authors who are masters students of F. Deek.
*** refers to co-authors who are undergraduate students of F. Deek.

1. K. Cheng* and F.P. Deek, Building Voting Tools to Support Group Collaboration, Proceedings of the
    International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Systems (CTS 2011), pp. 100-108,
    Philadelphia, USA, 2011.

2. T. Burns* and F.P. Deek, A Method Tailoring Model for Practitioner Based Information Systems
    Development Informed by the Principles of General Systems Theory
, Proceedings of the Conference on
    Information Systems Applied Research, CD-ROM, vol. 3, no. 1524, Nashville, Tennessee, USA,2010.

3. J. DeFranco-Tommarello *, R. Sangwan, and F.P. Deek, Promoting Effective Communication in Global
    Engineering Projects
, Proceedings of the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, CD-ROM, Louisville,
    Kentucky USA, 2010.

4. D. Lubliner*, G. Widmeyer, and F.P. Deek, Organic Software Framework for an Adaptive Integrated
    Knowledge Repository
, Proceedings of the 43rd Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
    (HICSS), CD-ROM, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, 2010.

5. F.P. Deek and N. Elliot, Validation in Post-Secondary Assessment: Toward a Unified Theory, Proceedings
    of the Program and Learning Assessment Conference, pp. 60-64, Beirut, Lebanon, 2009.

6. M. Mohtashami* and F.P. Deek, Risk-Driven Management Contingency Policies in Collaborative Software
    Development
, Proceedings of the 40th Annual meeting of the Decision Science Institute, CD-ROM,
    Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 2009.

7. R. Friedman, N. Elliot, F.P. Deek, R. Fellman, and B. Bukiet, C2PRISM: A Transformative Role for
    Assessment
, Proceedings of E-Learn - World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government,
    Healthcare, and Higher Education, pp. 2580-2585, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, 2009.

8. G. Baro-Morsell*, F.P. Deek, and A. Chakrabarti, Post-Merger Technology Integration: Influential
    Organizational and Information Systems Factors
, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on
    Information Systems (AMCIS), CD-ROM, paper 440, San Francisco, California, USA, 2009.

9. M. Mohtashami*, V. Kirova, T. Marlowe, and F.P. Deek, A Comparison of Three Modes of Collaboration for
    Software Development
, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS),
    CD-ROM, Paper 19, San Francisco, California, USA, 2009.

10. D. Lubliner*, G. Widmeyer and F.P. Deek, Organic Design Techniques Utilized in the Development of a
      Domain-Based Integrated Knowledge Repository to Enhance Learning Outcomes
, Proceedings of the
      4th International Conference on Design Science Research in Information Systems and Technology (DESRIST 09), CD-ROM, Malvern, Pennsylvania, USA, 2009.

11. M. Mohtashami* and F.P. Deek, Effective Knowledge Management in Collaborative Software
     Development
, Proceedings of the 39th Annual meeting of the Decision Science Institute, CD-ROM,
     Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 2008.

12. G. Baro*, A. Chakrabarti, and F.P. Deek, Organizational and Information Systems Factors in
       Post-Merger Technology Integration
, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems
       (AMCIS), CD-ROM, paper 358, Toronto, Canada, 2008.

13. R. Friedman, B. Bukiet, and F.P. Deek, Computation and Communication, Proceedings of the 19th
      Conference of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE 2008), pp.
      4120-4127, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 2008.

14. M. Mohtashami*, V. Kirova, T. Marlowe, and F.P. Deek, Improving Project Management through
      Collaborative-Aware Risk Management Practices
, Proceedings of the Information Resources
      Management Association International Conference (IRMA 2007), CD-ROM, Vancouver, British Columbia,
      Canada. 2007.

15. T. Burns* and F.P. Deek, A Practitioner Based Method Tailoring Model for Information Systems
      Development
, Advanced Information Systems Engineering, Springer, ISBN
      978-3-540-72987-7/Situational Method Engineering Conference (ME 07), pp. 381-394, Geneva,
      Switzerland, 2007.

16. K. Cheng* and F.P. Deek, A Framework for Studying Voting in Group Support Systems, Proceedings of
      the 40th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, (CD-ROM), 9 pages, Big Island, Hawaii,
      USA, 2007.

17. K. Cheng* and F.P. Deek, Voting Methods and Information Exchange in Group Support Systems,
       Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), pp. 109-115, Acapulco,
      México, 2006.

18. T. Burns*, R. Klashner, and F.P. Deek, An Empirical Investigation of a General System Development
      Model
, Proceedings of the Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), pp. 3850-3860,
      Acapulco, México, 2006.

19. K. Hare*, B. Whitworth, F.P. Deek and T. Norris, A New Approach to Clinical IT Resistance: The Need for
      Information Technology Confidentiality and Mobility
, Proceedings of Health Informatics New Zealand
      (HINZ) Conference & Exhibition, (CD-ROM), Aotea Centre, Auckland, New Zealand, 2006.

20. L. Zhao* and F.P. Deek, The Application of Exploratory Learning Methods for Usability Inspection,
       Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and
      Telecommunications, pp. 648-652, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2006.

21. L. Zhao* and F.P. Deek, Improving Open Source Usability Through Active Learning, Proceedings of the
      ED-MEDIA World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, pp.
      643-647, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2006.

22. J. Lacontora*, D. Mendonca, and F.P. Deek, Learning and Performing in a Knowledge Based Society,
       Proceeding of the International Conference on e-Learning, Montreal, Canada, pp. 247-256, 2006.

23. L. Zhao* and F.P. Deek, Exploratory Inspection – A Learning Model for Improving Open Source Software
      usability
, Proceedings of the Conference on Human Computer Interaction (CHI), pp. 1589-1594,
      Montreal, Canada, 2006.

24. J. DeFranco-Tommarello* and F.P. Deek, An On-line Tutorial for Collaborative Problem Solving and
      Software Development
, Proceedings of the ACM SIGITE Conference on Information Technology
      Education, pp. 349-352, Newark, New Jersey, USA, 2005.

25. M. Mohtashami*, F.P. Deek, and C. Sylla, Factors Influencing Success of Communication in Inter-
      organization Collaborative Software Development
, Proceedings of the 36th Annual meeting of Decision
      Science Institute, (CD-ROM), San Francisco, California, USA, 2005.

26. M. Mohtashami*, C. Sylla, F.P. Deek, and I. Im, A Study of Inter-organizational Collaboration in Software
      Development
, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on E-Business, pp. 300-310, Wuhan,
      China, 2005.

27. L. Zhao* and F.P. Deek, Improving open Source Software Usability, Proceedings of the Americas
      Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), pp. 923-928, Omaha, Nebraska, USA, 2005.

28. C. Campbell*, B. Van de Walle, and F.P. Deek, Asynchronous Negotiation and Collaboration of Software
      Requirements for an Emergency Response Information System: An Empirical Investigation
, Proceedings
      of the International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, pp. 5-11,
      Brussels, Belgium, 2005.

29. B. Moor** and F.P. Deek, A Visualization Tool Using UML Subset to Aid the Novice Programmer,
       Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and
      Telecommunications, pp. 4016-4022, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2005.

30. C. Bladek**, F.P. Deek, and J. Khalife, Novice Programmers Difficulties as a Basis to Designing
      Programming Environments
, Proceedings of EARLI 11th Biennial Conference, pp. 937-938, Nicosia,
      Cyprus, 2005.

31. C. Campbell*, B. Van de Walle, M. Turoff, and F.P. Deek, A Research Design for Asynchronous
      Negotiation of Software Requirements for an Emergency Response System
, Proceedings of the
      Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), pp. 851-860, New York City, New York, USA,
      2004.

32. C. Campbell*, B. Van de Walle, M. Turoff, and F.P. Deek, Asynchronous Collaboration and Negotiation of
      Software Requirements for an Emergency Response Information System
, Proceedings of the
      International Conference on Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, pp. 121 - 126,
      Brussels, Belgium, 2004.

33. A. Tucker, F.P. Deek, J. Jones, D. McCowan, and A. Verno, Implementation challenges for a K-12
      computer science curriculum
, Proceedings of the 35th Technical Symposium on Computer Science
      Education, pp. 334 - 335, Norfolk, Virginia, USA, 2004.

34. F.P. Deek, R. Friedman, and J. McHugh, On the Development of an Information Technology Education
      Industry/University Partnership
, Proceedings of the College Teaching & Learning Conference,
      (CD-ROM), Orlando, Florida, USA, 2004.

35. S. Kimmel-Klotzkin and F.P. Deek, Large Eddy Simulation of Rotating Turbulent Convection Using the
      Estimation Subgrid Scale Model
, Proceedings of the International Conference on Thermal Engineering
      Theory and Applications, (CD-ROM), Beirut, Lebanon, 2004.

36. R. Friedman, J. McHugh, and F.P. Deek, NJIT’s Sandbox: An Industry/Education Partnership for IT
      Development
, Proceedings of the Conference on Information Technology Curriculum - ACM SIGITE, pp.
      201-205, West Lafayette, IN, USA, 2003.

37. F.P. Deek, V. Briller, R. Friedman, and K. Joshi**, Active Research Experience for Undergraduates
      Increases Students’ Motivation and Academic Performance
, Proceedings of the American Society for
      Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, (CD-ROM), Nashville, Tennessee, USA,
      2003.

38. F.P. Deek and J. McHugh, Problem Solving and Cognitive Foundations for Program Development: An
      Integrated Model
, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computer Based Learning in
      Science (CBLIS), pp. 266-271, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2003.

39. A. Tucker, F.P. Deek, J. Jones, D. McCowan, and A. Verno, Toward a K-12 computer science curriculum,
       Proceedings of the 34th Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, pp. 305-306, Reno,
      Navada, USA, 2003.

40. J. DeFranco-Tommarello*, F.P. Deek, S.R. Hiltz, J. Keenan and C. Perez, Collaborative Software
      Development: Experimental Results
, Proceedings of the 36th Hawaii International Conference on System
      Sciences (HICSS), pp. 40-49, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, 2003.

41. R. Friedman** and F.P. Deek, The Integration of Problem-Based Learning and Problem-Solving Tools to
      Support Distributed Education Environments
, Proceedings of the 32nd Frontiers in Education
      Conference, vol.2, pp. F3E 17-22, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, 2002.

42. F.P. Deek, A Distributed Learning Model for Problem Solving and Program Development, Proceedings of
      the World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education,
      pp.1407-1410, Montréal, Quebec, Canada, 2002.

43. R. Friedman and F.P. Deek, Problem-based IT Courses: Potential and Pitfalls, Proceedings of the
      Conference for Information Technology Curriculum, Rochester, (CD-ROM), New York, USA, 2002.

44. C. Ciulla*, F.P. Deek, and J. McHugh, AUTOALIGN: A New Methodology for the Alignment of fMRI Time
      Series
, Proceedings of the International Conference on Biomagnetism, pp. 1012-1014, Jena, Germany,
      2002.

45. O. Eljabiri*, D. Crowell***, and F.P. Deek, Reengineering Business in the E-Business Age: A Field Study,
       Proceedings of the International Conference on Internet Computing (ICIC), pp. 965-972, Las Vegas,
      Nevada, USA, 2002.

46. J. DeFranco-Tommarello* and F.P. Deek, J. McHugh, and B. Van de Walle, A Collaborative Problem
      Solving and Program Development Model
, Proceedings of the International Conference on Software
      Engineering Research and Practice (SERP), pp. 481-487, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 2002.

47. K. Choi* and F.P. Deek, Extreme Programming, Too Extreme? Proceedings of the International
      Conference on Software Engineering Research and Practice (SERP), pp. 501-507, Las Vegas, Nevada,
      USA, 2002.

48. P. Ranky, F.P. Deek, and R. Friedman, Interactive 3D Multimedia Cases for the Computer Systems and
      Networking Curriculum
, Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education (Zone I)
      Conference, (CD-ROM), United States Military Academy, West Point, New York, USA, 2002.

49. R. Friedman**, J. Drakes, and F.P. Deek, Participatory Design, Problem Solving and Community
      Involvement in Two Different Learning Communities
, Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA World Conference on
      Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, pp. 538-543, Denver Colorado, USA,
      2002.

50. O. Eljabiri* and F.P. Deek, An Effective Taxonomy for Software Process Models, Proceedings of
      ISOneWorld Conference, pp. 1-18, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, 2002.

51. F.P. Deek, R. Friedman, and H. Kimmel, The Computing and Composition as an Integrated Subject in
      the Secondary School Curriculum
, Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exposition, (CD-ROM), Montréal, Quebec, Canada, 2002.

52. J. DeFranco-Tommarello* and F.P. Deek, Collaborative Software Development: A Discussion of Problem
      Solving Models and Groupware Technologies
, Proceedings of the 35th Hawaii International Conference
      on System Sciences (HICSS), pp. 523-532, Big Island, Hawaii, USA, 2002.

53. C. Valdaliso***, O. Eljabiri*, and F.P. Deek, Factors Influencing Design Quality and Assurance in Software
      Development: An Empirical Study
, Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Model-based
      Requirements Engineering (MBRE), San Diego, California, [online]. Available:
      http://www.bfsng.com/mbre01/agenda.htm [November 2001].

54. O. Eljabiri* and F.P. Deek, Drivers For Software Process Modeling Evolution, Proceedings of the
      Americas Conference on Information Systems (AMCIS), pp. 1461-1468, USA, Boston, Massachusetts,
      USA, 2001.

55. O. Eljabiri* and F.P. Deek, Toward a Comprehensive Framework for Software Process Modeling
      Evolution
, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications
      (AICCSA), pp. 488-491, Beirut, Lebanon, 2001.

56. F.P. Deek, K. Ho**, and H. Ramadhan, A Review of Web-Based Learning Systems for Programming,
       Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and
      Telecommunications, pp. 131-140, Tampere, Finland, 2001.

57. S. Kimmel-Klotzkin, F.P. Deek, and H. Kimmel Applying Problem-Solving Heuristics to a Freshman
      Engineering Course
, Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference
      and Exposition, (CD-ROM), Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA, 2001.

58. F.P. Deek and H. Kimmel, Curriculum Models for Computing and Information Technology: Are we
      Keeping up with the Changes?
Proceedings of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher
      Education Conference, pp. 1598-1603, Orlando, Florida, USA, 2001.

59. F.P. Deek, Cognitive Assessment of Students’ Problem Solving and Programming Skills, Proceedings of
      the National Educational Computing Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, (CD-ROM), USA, 2000.

60. F.P. Deek and J. McHugh, Prototype Tools for Programming, Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA World
      Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, pp. 255-259, Montreal,
      Quebec, Canada, 2000.

61. F.P. Deek, SOLVEIT: Tools for Asynchronous Problem Solving and Critical Thinking, Invited Paper,
       Proceedings of United Engineering Foundation Conference on Engineering Education Unbounded:
      Lifelong Learning Any Time, Any Place, (CD-ROM), Santa Clara, California, USA, 1999.

62. F.P. Deek, Computer Science Education in Secondary Schools: Reexamination of Curriculum and
      Teaching Certification Guidelines
, Proceedings of the National Educational Computing Conference, pp.
      73-75, Atlantic City, New Jersey, 1999.

63. F.P. Deek, J. McHugh, M. Deek and H. Kimmel, Learning Problem Solving and Programming: Have we
      Got the Right Tools?
Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Technology and Education,
      pp. 619-621, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, 1999.

64. H. Kimmel, F.P. Deek and M. O’Shea, Teaching, Learning, and Technology: Is There a Parallel?
     
Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, (CD-ROM),
      Los Angeles, California, USA, 1999.

65. F.P. Deek, A Framework for an Integrated Problem Solving and Program Development Environment,
       Proceedings of the Third World Conference on Integrated Design and Process Technology, pp.
      177-184, Berlin, Germany, 1998.

66. H. Kimmel, D. Muldrow, M. O’Shea and F.P. Deek, Project SMART - Science and Math Access:
      Resources and Technology
, Proceedings of 13th International Conference on Technology and Persons
      with Disabilities, (CD-ROM), Los Angeles, California, USA, 1998.

67. F.P. Deek and J. McHugh, A Review and Analysis of Tools for Learning Programming, Proceedings of the
      ED-MEDIA World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, pp.
      251-256, Freiburg, Germany, 1998.

68. F.P. Deek, J. McHugh, and M. Hinchey, Tools for Problem Solving and Program Development,
       Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Technology and Education, pp. 249-251, Oslo,
       Norway, 1997.

69. A. Lippel and F.P. Deek, The Management of Distance Education Using Computerized Tools for
      Instruction
, Proceedings of the 18th International Council for Distance Education World Conference,
      (CD-ROM), University Park, Pennsylvania, USA, 1997.

70. F.P. Deek, J. McHugh, S.R. Hiltz, N. Rotter and H. Kimmel, On the Evaluation of a Problem Solving and
      Program Development Environment
, Proceedings of the 27th Frontiers in Education Conference, p.
      1249, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, 1997.

71. F.P. Deek, M. Deek and H. Kimmel, The Delivery of an Introductory Course in Computer Science
      Through the Virtual Classroom
, Proceedings of the 26th Frontiers in Education Conference, pp.
      958-961, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, 1996.

72. P. Anders and F.P. Deek, ECHOES: A Proposal for Spatializing On-Line Learning Environments,
      Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Systems Research, Informatics and Cybernetics,
      pp. 143-153, Baden-Baden, Germany, 1996.

73. F.P. Deek, H. Kimmel and M. Deek, Technology Support for the Enhancement of Science and
      Mathematics in the Special Education Population
, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on
      Technology and Education, pp. 184-186, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 1996.

74. H. Kimmel, M. Deek and F.P. Deek, Managing Technology Integration and School Districts limitations,
      Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Technology and Education, pp. 187-189, New
      Orleans, Louisiana, USA, 1996.

75. F.P. Deek and H. Kimmel, Enhancing the Delivery of Computer Science Instruction for first Year
      Engineering Curriculum
, Proceedings of Fourth World Conference on Engineering Education, vol. 2, pp.
      121-124, Saint Paul, Minnesota, USA, 1995.

76. R. Kushwaha, F.P. Deek, J. Whitescarver and G. Bengu, Integration of Simulations with the Internet for
      Distance Education
, Proceedings of First LAAS International Conference on Computer Simulation, pp.
      128-135, Beirut, Lebanon, 1995.

77. F.P. Deek, M. Deek and H. Kimmel, Facilitating Technology Integration in Kindergarten Through Eighth
      Grade Curriculum
, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Technology and Education, pp.
      314-316, Orlando, Florida, USA, 1995.

78. F.P. Deek, An Electronic Model for Advising in a Distance Learning Environment, Proceedings of the
      12th International Conference on Technology and Education, pp. 680-682, Orlando, Florida, USA, 1995.

79. H. Kimmel, F.P. Deek and M. Deek, A Multimedia Laboratory and Training Program to Promote
      Technology Integration in Elementary Education
, Proceedings of the ED-MEDIA World Conference on
      Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, p. 768, Graz, Austria, 1995.

80. H. Kimmel and F.P. Deek, Teaching for Understanding: Redesigning Introductory Courses to focus on
      the Learner
, Proceedings of the 24th Frontiers in Education Conference, pp. 336-341, San Jose,
      California, USA, 1994.

81. F.P. Deek and H. Kimmel, Educational Reform: Integration of Technologies and Methodologies in
      Content Areas
, Proceedings of the Third International Conference for Systems Integration, pp. 124-133,
      Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1994.

82. F.P. Deek and A. Lippel, Computerized Testing and Feedback for Distance Learning, Proceedings of the
      11th International Conference on Technology and Education, pp. 873-875, London, United Kingdom,
      1994.

83. F.P. Deek and H. Kimmel, Changing the Students’ Role: From Passive Listeners to Active Participants,
       Proceedings of the 23rd Frontiers in Education Conference, pp. 321-325, Washington, D.C., USA,
      1993.

84. T. Terry and F.P. Deek, Enhancing Televised Distance Learning Using Computerized Technology,
       Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Telecommunications in Education, pp. 277-279,
       Dallas, Texas, USA, 1993.

85. F.P. Deek and C. Wingert***, A Computer-Assisted Instruction System for Testing and Learning,
      Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Technology and Education, pp. 1095-1097,
      Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, 1993.

86. F.P. Deek and A. Lippel, A Modular Design for a Telecourse in Computer Science, Proceedings of the
      23rd Frontiers in Education Conference, p. 870, Washington, D.C., USA, 1993.

87. F.P. Deek and M. Tress, Teaching Assistants: Ensuring A Quality Experience, Proceedings of the 22nd
      Frontiers in Education Conference, pp. 765-769, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, 1992.

88. M. Tress, F.P. Deek and M. Maher, Advising the Off-Campus Learner Via Computerized Conferencing,
       Proceedings of the 15th Annual National Issues in Higher Education Conference Series on Quality in
      Off-Campus Credit Programs: Bridging the Distance, vol. 40, pp. 294-300, San Antonio, Texas, USA, 1992.

89. F.P. Deek and M. Tress, Implementing an Effective Freshman Teaching Assistant Program: Selection,
      Training, and Monitoring
, Proceedings of the 11th Annual Freshman Year Experience Conference:
      Science and Technological Education, pp. 11-12, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, 1992.

90. J. Valyo, F.P. Deek and M. Tress, Improving Freshman Success Rate Through an Early Warning System,
       Proceedings of the 11th Annual Freshman Year Experience Conference: Science and Technological
      Education, pp. 13-14, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, 1992.

91. D. Donahue, R. Baker and F.P. Deek, Maintaining the Momentum of Excellence: The Honors Program at
      NJIT
, Proceedings of the 11th Annual Freshman Year Experience Conference: Science and
      Technological Education, pp. 15-16, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA, 1992.

92. F.P. Deek and M. Tress, Computer-Assisted Advising Relief System, Proceedings of the Eighth Annual
      NACADA Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, pp. 5-6, Williamsburg, Virginia, USA, 1992.

93. A. Lippel and F.P. Deek, Quality Distance Learning for the Quantitative Sciences: A Collaborative
      Approach
, Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Technology and Education, pp.
      1484-1486, Paris, France, 1992.

94. A. Lippel and F.P. Deek, Distance Learning: A Pedagogical Alternative, Proceedings of the 22nd
      Frontiers in Education Conference, p. 847, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, 1992.