Higher Education and New Technologies : (Record no. 995869)

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International Standard Book Number 9781483287102
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Classification number LB1028.3 .E96 1989
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Classification number 378.1/7078
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Classification number (OCLC) (R) ; Classification number, CALL (RLIN) (NR) LB1028.3 .E96 1989
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Personal name Oosthoek, H.
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Title Higher Education and New Technologies :
Remainder of title Proceedings of the 5th Congress of the European Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (EARDHE) and the Dutch Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (CRWO).
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Extent 1 online resource (595 pages)
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Formatted contents note Front Cover -- Higher Education and New Technologies -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Foreword -- PART 1: GENERAL ADRESSES -- CHAPTER 1. NEW TECHNOLOGIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION: CHAOS OR PROGRESS? -- Key issues in higher education -- CHAPTER 2. SOME LEGAL ASPECTS OF SOFTWARE(copyright, shrink-wrap licenses) -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The work -- The owner -- The exclusive rights -- To make the work public -- To reproduce the work -- The limitations -- The limitations -- The 'shrink-wrap license'60 -- CHAPTER 3. FACILITIES CONCERNING THE INFRASTRUCTURE FOR DEVELOPMENT OF CAI IN ADVANCED FURTHER AND HIGHER VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN THE NETHERLANDS -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Infrastructure & process of development of CAI-materials -- Tasks -- CAI development teams -- Implementation -- The conditions -- Acceptation by the teacher -- Acceptation by the student -- Acceptation by the school management -- Educational management -- Conclusions -- Notes -- CHAPTER 4. CAMPUS COURSEWARE REVOLUTION? AMERICA VERSUS EUROPE -- Abstract -- Campus Courseware Revolution? America vs Europe -- Campus courseware revolution, America? -- The Premise -- The Evidence -- Courseware revolution Europe? -- Some final observations -- References -- CHAPTER 5. THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER BASED TRAINING:A REVIEW OF THE STATE OF THE ART IN HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE NETHERLANDS -- Abstract -- Computer Based Training in Dutch Higher Education: -- Institutions and CBT-programs -- Programs and learning domains. -- Disciplines -- The educational functions of the programs. -- Form or type of CBT. -- Learner Control -- The choices for the student (Learner Control) -- Program Control -- The routing of the student by the program (Program Control) -- Programming languages or authoring tools. -- Status -- Hardware -- Types of hardware -- Conclusions -- PART 2: INNOVATIVE PROTOTYPES.
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Formatted contents note CHAPTER 6. EXPERTS SYSTEMS AND INTELLIGENT TUTORING SOME ISSUES IN THE ENGINEERING OF PEDAGOGIC KNOWLEDGE -- Abstract -- Knowledge-based systems and education -- Pedagogical Knowledge in Intelligent Tutoring Systems -- Empirical Studies of Human Tutors -- Interactive Teaching -- Methodology -- Reflections on Knowledge Engineering Issues -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- CHAPTER 7. SYMPTON AN INTELLIGENT TUTOR OF PEDIATRICS -- Introduction -- Pediatric problem solving in workgroups -- SYMPTON instead of workgroups -- The Knowledge of SYMPTON -- The tree structures -- The rules -- Tables -- The patient -- SYMPTON, the program -- Rehearsing the basic signals -- Establishing an intersection -- Finding the right diagnosis -- Conclusions -- CHAPTER 8. USING THE INTELLIGENT COMPUTER-AIDED LEARNING SYSTEM "G"IN LINGUISTICS -- Abstract -- Computer-aided learning -- Intelligent Computer-aided Learning -- Principles underlying G -- An Experience in linguistics: hypotheses -- Extract of dialogue -- More on hypotheses and methodology -- Building the Consultware : Choice and processing of 15 Articles -- Mediatization (Prepare and enter the data) -- Appendix -- CHAPTER 9. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION AI FOR EDUCATION, PRESENT TRENDS, AS SOURCES FOR A CONCEPT OF KNOWLEDGE-PRESENTATION -- Abstract -- Intelligent tutoring systems: Problems and perspectives -- Exploitable trends in artificial intelligence and interaction -- Enhanced modes of interaction -- Natural-Language processing -- Analogy and metaphor -- Story telling -- Computational approaches to aesthetics -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- CHAPTER 10. AI IN COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION -- Abstract -- Introduction -- New techniques for CAI -- What has been reached: State of the Art -- An Example: Bridge -- Evaluation and Future Systems -- References.
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Formatted contents note CHAPTER 11. AN EXPERT SYSTEM FOR THE TRAINING OF MAGISTRATES -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The training of magistrates -- Basic training new justices -- Decision making in the magistrates courts -- The context of bail -- Development of the ball expert system -- The interviews -- Generation of the rule base -- Testing the bail expert system -- The user interface -- Comments, future developments & conclusions -- Future developments -- Conclusions -- Bibliography -- CHAPTER 12. LEARNING TOT SEARCH AN ON-LINE DATA BASE: THE EFFECTS OF A COMPUTER-BASED INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICE PROGRAM -- Abstract -- Background -- Educational Setting -- Hypotheses -- Method -- Design and subjects -- Dependent Variables -- Procedures and Materials Used -- Results -- Conclusions and discussion -- References -- CHAPTER 13. OBLIGATIO: COMPUTER-SIMULATED LEGAL CASES -- Abstract -- The practical dimensions of legal problems -- The skills of the practicing lawyer -- Operational knowledge -- The interaction with clients -- Problem solving in legal education -- Advantages and disadvantages of computer simulations -- Obligatio -- Using Obligatio -- Does obligatio work? -- The cases -- The results -- Educational implications -- Notes -- References -- CHAPTER 14. LAW AND ORDER THROUGH COMPUTER ASSISTED INSTRUCTION -- Abstract -- Instruction -- The purpose of the project and its different stages -- A description of the courseware -- Review-lesson of the subject-matter -- Solving problems in presented cases -- Test-questions -- The educational notions underlying the courseware -- The problems encountered in the process of development -- Some technical details about software and hardware -- CHAPTER 15. LEARNING ABOUT AND THROUGH THE COMPUTER EXPERIENCE WITH THE TEACHING OFCOMPUTER USE TO STUDENTS WITH A BACKGROUND IN THE HUMANITIES -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Basic set-up.
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Formatted contents note The programmes -- Evaluation -- CHAPTER 16. COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUCTION FOR DESIGNING SOCIAL RESEARCH -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Experiences with cids -- CHAPTER 17. TANDEM: COMPUTER ASSISTED PRACTICING IN DEMOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS -- Abstract -- Short description of the course's contents -- Tandem: its contents and how to use it -- Description of TANDEM -- The description of the program -- Function keys -- The contents of the program -- Manners of presenting the informations -- Special facilities -- Experiences -- CHAPTER 18. POTENTIALS OF CAL IN HIGHER EDUCATION CURRICULA ENGLISH GRAMMAR COURSEWARE -- Introduction -- The ORDI team -- CAL in Higher Education English curricula -- Theoretical framework -- CAL system -- Target audience -- Do present and - ing Presen. -- Content: "clear" cases -- Working with the concepts -- Individualization and flexibility -- Variety of activities and questions -- The way the courseware is meant to be used -- Conclusion -- References -- CHAPTER 19. COMPUTERS AND COMPOSITION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE TEACHING: A TEXT ANALYSIS MODEL FOR DETECTING GRAMMATICAL ERRORS IN FRENCH ESSAYS -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Error detection and redundancy in natural language -- Sycaflex: Flexible analysis of french surface structures -- Feasibility -- Conclusion -- Footnotes -- Reference -- CHAPTER 20. COURSEWARE DEVELOPMENT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA -- Abstract -- Introduction -- NEED FOR LITterms: A Tutorial for Understanding Literature -- PURPOSE OF LITterms: A Tutorial for Understanding Literature -- ADVANTAGES OF LITterms: A Tutorial for Understanding Literature -- EDUCATIONAL BENEFITS OF LITterms: A Tutorial for Understanding Literature -- CHAPTER 21. TWO VOCABULARY PROGRAMMES -- Abstract -- CHAPTER 22. WY IS YAUR SPELLING SO CLUMBSY? CAL DEVELOPMENT FOR SPELLING REMEDIATION -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Preliminary study.
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Formatted contents note Method -- Results -- Conclusions -- Program design -- Starting points for program design -- Structural outline -- Content of the spelling instruction at the micro-level -- Display design -- From prototype to usable cal -- References -- CHAPTER 23. MEDICAL EDUCATIONAL COMPUTING -- Abstract -- Case Simulations to Illustrate Procedures in Diagnosis and Treatment -- Statistical models for Guiding Clinical Decisions -- Dynamic Models of Pathophysiological Systems to Assist Understanding of Overall Function and Contro -- Nomograms and Algorithms to Teach and Assist Diagnosis of Specific Clinical Disorders -- Artificial Intelligence -- Some Reasons why Computing Innovations have not succeeded -- Conclusions -- References -- CHAPTER 24. CHIPS, COMPUTER SIMULATION OF THE PATIENT-PHYSICIAN ENCOUNTER -- Abstract -- Instruction -- Methods -- Results -- Self assessment -- Discussion -- Literature -- CHAPTER 25. GUIDED STUDY OF HISTOEMBRYOLOGY -- Abstract -- Computer aided testing - present state -- The responder system connected to the computer -- The future development -- References -- CHAPTER 26. PROBLEMSOLVING IN SCHOOLS FOR ADVANCED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION IN THE PARAMEDICAL FIELD -- Abstract -- Introduction -- The history of CASES and its new modular structure -- Pictures -- Advantages of CASES -- Summary -- CHAPTER 27. COMPUTER-ASSISTED TRAINING OF THE NURSING PROCESS -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Theoretical background -- Design -- Evaluation -- References -- CHAPTER 28. MONTE CARLO SIMULATION OF THE ISING MODEL A CAL PACKAGE ON STATISTICAL MECHANICS -- Abstract -- Introduction -- Phase transitions and the Ising model -- Description of the CAL package -- Evaluation -- Conclusion -- Reference -- CHAPTER 29. CAI IN A TECHNICAL ENVIRONMENT TWO YEARS EXPERIENCE WITH COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUCTION IN THE LABORATORY FOR ROBOTICS AND FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING.
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Summary, etc This volume contains the proceedings of the 5th Congress of the European Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (EARDHE) and the Dutch Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (CRWO). The focus of the Congress was the application of new technology both in the fields of teaching/learning and in management organization and administration. Though teaching and learning are the core fields of interest, this work reflects the growing importance of R & D in university management, planning and organization. Three main themes are discussed: the influence and consequences of new technologies for learning and instruction, the influence and consequences for management and institutional structures and the possibilities of new technologies in developing countries.
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Main entry heading Oosthoek, H.
Title Higher Education and New Technologies : Proceedings of the 5th Congress of the European Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (EARDHE) and the Dutch Association for Research and Development in Higher Education (CRWO)
Place, publisher, and date of publication Kent : Elsevier Science & Technology,c2013
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