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Computer Assisted Learning : Selected Proceedings from the CAL 81 Symposium, University of Leeds, 8-10 April 1981

By: Smith, P. R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Computers and Education: Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (191 p.).ISBN: 9781483299051.Subject(s): Computer-assisted instruction -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Computer Assisted Learning : Selected Proceedings from the CAL 81 Symposium, University of Leeds, 8-10 April 1981DDC classification: 371.3/9445 | 371.39445 LOC classification: LB1028.5 .S95 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Computer Assisted Learning; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Organizing Committee; CHAPTER 1. THE IMPACT OF MICROTECHNOLOGY A CASE FOR REASSESSING THE ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LEARNING; Abstract; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. MULTI-COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR THE SUPPORT OF INVENTIVE LEARNING; INTRODUCTION; THE SOLO/NET/WORKS PROJECT-BACKGROUND; INVENTIVE LEARNING AND MICROCOMPUTERS; SOLO/NET/WORKS: SOLVING THE REPLICATION PROBLEM; CURRENT IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SOLO/NET/WORKS SYSTEM; TRANSLATING THIS CONCEPT INTO LOW-COST HARDWARE
FUTURE PLANS FOR SOLO/NET/WORKS: POSSIBLE CURRICULAR INFLUENCECHAPTER 3. THE EVOLUTION OF GRAPHICS IN CAL; Abstract; THE USER'S VIEW OF CAL; TERMINALS AND GRAPHICS DISPLAYS; RASTER SCAN GRAPHICS; THE MICROPROCESSOR REVOLUTION; GRAPHICS-MATCHING THE NEED TO THE TERMINAL; THE FUTURE OF GRAPHICS IN CAL; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4. SOME PRINCIPLES OF SCREEN DESIGN AND SOFTWARE FOR THEIR SUPPORT; Abstract; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. SCREEN MODEL; 3. SCREEN MANAGEMENT; 4. AESTHETICS; 6. SOFTWARE; 7. PORTABILITY; 8. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES
CHAPTER 5. A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE: VIDEOTEX AND COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNINGAbstract; VIDEOTEX CHARACTERISTICS; CAL CHARACTERISTICS; THE NATAL SYSTEM; THE TELIDON TERMINAL; THE NATAL-TELIDON CONNECTION; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 6. A PORTABLE PROGRAM TO PRESENT COURSEWARE ON MICROCOMPUTERS; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; THE MODULAR CAI SYSTEM DELFT; THE PORTABLE LESSON INTERPRETER CAIPAS; THE USE OF CAIPAS; DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 7. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE MICROCOMPUTER AS A MATHEMATICS TEACHING AID; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; TEACHING AIDS FOR MATHEMATICS
THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING UNITSCONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 8. SOME BENEFITS OF MICRO-COMPUTERS IN TEACHING STATISTICS; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; MICRO-COMPUTERS IN THE TEACHING OF STATISTICS; LINEAR REGRESSION; THE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 9. COMPUTER ASSISTED SUPPORT FOR BLIND STUDENTS THE USE OF A MICROCOMPUTER LINKED VOICE SYNTHESIZER; Abstract; BLIND STUDENTS IN THE OPEN UNIVERSITY; SYNTHETIC SPEECH; OPEN UNIVERSITY PROJECT; PRELIMINARY FINDINGS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE IN CAL COURSEWARE; Abstract; INTRODUCTION
ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTIONTHE PARADOX OF INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING; CONCEPTUAL SYSTEMIC ANALYSIS; KNOWLEDGE AS A SYSTEM; NETWORK REPRESENTATIONS; MULTIPLE ROUTES THROUGH KNOWLEDGE; REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE FOR PERSONALIZED TEACHING AND LEARNING; CURRICULUM PLANNING; IMPLEMENTATION OF CONCEPTUAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 11. SPECIFYING CONTROL AND DATA IN THE DESIGN OF EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE*; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; RATIONALE FOR THE DESIGN METHODOLOGY; SIMULATION MONITORING IN THE MEDICS SYSTEM; CONSTRUCTION OF SIMULATION PROBLEMS; SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES
CHAPTER 12. TEACHING STYLE AND PROGRAM DESIGN
Summary: Provides an important international forum for those interested in the theory and practice of computer-assisted learning in education and training. The papers are grouped under 4 main themes: hardware interaction with CAL; fundamental aspects of CAL; experimental studies in CAL; and developments and future directions
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Front Cover; Computer Assisted Learning; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Organizing Committee; CHAPTER 1. THE IMPACT OF MICROTECHNOLOGY A CASE FOR REASSESSING THE ROLES OF COMPUTERS IN LEARNING; Abstract; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. MULTI-COMPUTER SYSTEMS FOR THE SUPPORT OF INVENTIVE LEARNING; INTRODUCTION; THE SOLO/NET/WORKS PROJECT-BACKGROUND; INVENTIVE LEARNING AND MICROCOMPUTERS; SOLO/NET/WORKS: SOLVING THE REPLICATION PROBLEM; CURRENT IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SOLO/NET/WORKS SYSTEM; TRANSLATING THIS CONCEPT INTO LOW-COST HARDWARE

FUTURE PLANS FOR SOLO/NET/WORKS: POSSIBLE CURRICULAR INFLUENCECHAPTER 3. THE EVOLUTION OF GRAPHICS IN CAL; Abstract; THE USER'S VIEW OF CAL; TERMINALS AND GRAPHICS DISPLAYS; RASTER SCAN GRAPHICS; THE MICROPROCESSOR REVOLUTION; GRAPHICS-MATCHING THE NEED TO THE TERMINAL; THE FUTURE OF GRAPHICS IN CAL; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 4. SOME PRINCIPLES OF SCREEN DESIGN AND SOFTWARE FOR THEIR SUPPORT; Abstract; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. SCREEN MODEL; 3. SCREEN MANAGEMENT; 4. AESTHETICS; 6. SOFTWARE; 7. PORTABILITY; 8. CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES

CHAPTER 5. A MARRIAGE OF CONVENIENCE: VIDEOTEX AND COMPUTER ASSISTED LEARNINGAbstract; VIDEOTEX CHARACTERISTICS; CAL CHARACTERISTICS; THE NATAL SYSTEM; THE TELIDON TERMINAL; THE NATAL-TELIDON CONNECTION; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 6. A PORTABLE PROGRAM TO PRESENT COURSEWARE ON MICROCOMPUTERS; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; THE MODULAR CAI SYSTEM DELFT; THE PORTABLE LESSON INTERPRETER CAIPAS; THE USE OF CAIPAS; DISCUSSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 7. AN INVESTIGATION OF THE MICROCOMPUTER AS A MATHEMATICS TEACHING AID; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; TEACHING AIDS FOR MATHEMATICS

THE DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING UNITSCONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 8. SOME BENEFITS OF MICRO-COMPUTERS IN TEACHING STATISTICS; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; MICRO-COMPUTERS IN THE TEACHING OF STATISTICS; LINEAR REGRESSION; THE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS; SUMMARY; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 9. COMPUTER ASSISTED SUPPORT FOR BLIND STUDENTS THE USE OF A MICROCOMPUTER LINKED VOICE SYNTHESIZER; Abstract; BLIND STUDENTS IN THE OPEN UNIVERSITY; SYNTHETIC SPEECH; OPEN UNIVERSITY PROJECT; PRELIMINARY FINDINGS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE IN CAL COURSEWARE; Abstract; INTRODUCTION

ADAPTIVE INSTRUCTIONTHE PARADOX OF INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING; CONCEPTUAL SYSTEMIC ANALYSIS; KNOWLEDGE AS A SYSTEM; NETWORK REPRESENTATIONS; MULTIPLE ROUTES THROUGH KNOWLEDGE; REPRESENTATION OF KNOWLEDGE FOR PERSONALIZED TEACHING AND LEARNING; CURRICULUM PLANNING; IMPLEMENTATION OF CONCEPTUAL SYSTEMS ANALYSIS; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 11. SPECIFYING CONTROL AND DATA IN THE DESIGN OF EDUCATIONAL SOFTWARE*; Abstract; INTRODUCTION; RATIONALE FOR THE DESIGN METHODOLOGY; SIMULATION MONITORING IN THE MEDICS SYSTEM; CONSTRUCTION OF SIMULATION PROBLEMS; SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES

CHAPTER 12. TEACHING STYLE AND PROGRAM DESIGN

Provides an important international forum for those interested in the theory and practice of computer-assisted learning in education and training. The papers are grouped under 4 main themes: hardware interaction with CAL; fundamental aspects of CAL; experimental studies in CAL; and developments and future directions

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