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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)

By: Oosthoek, H.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (595 p.).ISBN: 9781483287102.Subject(s): Computer-assisted instruction -- Congresses | Education, Higher -- Data processing -- Congresses | Educational technology -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: 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)DDC classification: 378.17078 LOC classification: LB1028.3 .E96 1989Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Higher Education and New Technologies; Copyright Page; Foreword; Table of Contents; 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 NETHERLANDSAbstract; 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 PremiseThe 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; 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 workgroupsThe 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
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Summary: 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 co
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Front Cover; Higher Education and New Technologies; Copyright Page; Foreword; Table of Contents; 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 NETHERLANDSAbstract; 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 PremiseThe 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; 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 workgroupsThe 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

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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 co

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