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Computer Assisted Learning 1989 : Selected Proceedings from the CAL '89 Symposium 11-14 April 1989, University of Surrey

By: Kibby, M. R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Kent : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (306 p.).ISBN: 9781483299068.Subject(s): Computer-assisted instruction -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Computer Assisted Learning 1989 : Selected Proceedings from the CAL '89 Symposium 11-14 April 1989, University of SurreyDDC classification: 371.334 LOC classification: LB1028.5 -- .S95 1990Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Computer Assisted Learning: Selected Proceedings from the CAL '89 Symposium -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- PREFACE -- THE CAL '89 COMMITTEE -- CHAPTER 1. WHO NEEDS COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS, AND WHY? -- WHO NEEDS COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS, AND WHY? -- USES OF COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS -- FOUR POPULAR RATIONALES -- SCRUTINISING THESE RATIONALES -- OTHER RATIONALES -- RATIONALES IN DEVELOPING AND INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES -- IS THERE EVIDENCE OF CHANGING PRIORITIES? -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 2. CATALOGUING CAL COURSEWARE: AN EXPOSÉ -- INTRODUCTION
COURSEWARE DISCRETIONS AND CATALOGUES -- THE ACC AND IOWO SEARCH SERVICE -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 3. COMPUTING IN A COLD CLIMATE -- INTRODUCTION -- ISSUES -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 4. WIDER OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN: EMANCIPATORY CAL AS THE INTEGRATING FACTOR IN A COURSE PROVIDED FOR WOMEN RETURNERS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE COURSE -- RATIONALE FOR THE USE OF CAL -- PROBLEMS WITH THE RATIONALE -- RECRUITMENT -- COURSE STRUCTURE -- CAL AS AN INTEGRATING FACTOR -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5. USING COMPUTERS IN UNIVERSITY TEACHING: A PERSPECTIVE ON KEY ISSUES
1. THE COMPUTERS IN TEACHING INITIATIVE -- 2. THE CTI-ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS -- 3. SOFTWARE RESOURCES: AN ELUSIVE MOUNTAIN -- 4. ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 6. THE CLASSROOM vs THE COMPUTER ROOM -- INTRODUCTION -- CLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS -- HARDWARE CONFIGURATION -- THE GEOGRAPHY IN-SERVICE PACK -- CAL AND THE CURRICULUM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 7. TIPSE: A COST-EFFECTIVE METHOD OF TEACHING SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- TOOL DEVELOPMENT -- EVALUATION TRIALS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES
CHAPTER 8. EXPERIENCES USING CAAPE: COMPUTER ASSISTED ASSESSMENT OF PROGRAMMING EXERCISES -- INTRODUCTION -- THE EXERCISE -- COMPARISONS -- A PRODUCTION SYSTEM -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 9. A DOMAIN-INDEPENDENT STUDENT MODEL FOR AN AI-BASED TRAINING SYSTEM -- INTRODUCTION -- THE COST OF TRAINING -- DOMAIN-INDEPENDENT AI TOOLS -- THE PAINT EXAMPLE -- THE KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION LANGUAGE (KRL) -- THE IMPLICIT CONTENT OF A KNOWLEDGE BASE -- CONCEPT MAPS -- SUBJECT SYLLABUS -- NAVIGATIONAL INFORMATION -- DEPENDENCY INFORMATION -- EXAMPLE DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE -- THE STUDENT MODEL -- THE SKELETAL MODEL
TESTING TRAINEE PERFORMANCE -- THE CREDIT-ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM -- NEGATIVE CREDIT -- REDUCING THE POSSIBLE PROOF-TREES -- HIGHER LEVEL STUDENT INFORMATION -- ANNOTATION OF SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE -- ALTERNATIVE CREDITING SCHEMES -- DISCUSSION -- WORK IN PROGRESS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10. PROJECT MENS: MODELLING AND EXPERIMENTING WITH NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- IMPORTANCE OF CHALLENGING ACCEPTED IDEAS -- IMPORTANCE FOR SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION -- TOPICS OF THE MENS PROJECT -- IMPORTANCE FOR THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN THE F.R.G. -- REFERENCES
CHAPTER 11. ECAL: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN CAL AND INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEMS
Summary: This volume contains a selection of papers from the CAL '89 Symposium and includes papers on a wide range of topics related to computer assisted learning. Papers selected include those from the following areas: CAL design, electronic mail and networks, hypermedia, learning and cognition, multimedia, CAL policy and practice and artificial intelligence techniques and knowledge base systems.
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Front Cover -- Computer Assisted Learning: Selected Proceedings from the CAL '89 Symposium -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- PREFACE -- THE CAL '89 COMMITTEE -- CHAPTER 1. WHO NEEDS COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS, AND WHY? -- WHO NEEDS COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS, AND WHY? -- USES OF COMPUTERS IN SCHOOLS -- FOUR POPULAR RATIONALES -- SCRUTINISING THESE RATIONALES -- OTHER RATIONALES -- RATIONALES IN DEVELOPING AND INDUSTRIAL COUNTRIES -- IS THERE EVIDENCE OF CHANGING PRIORITIES? -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 2. CATALOGUING CAL COURSEWARE: AN EXPOSÉ -- INTRODUCTION

COURSEWARE DISCRETIONS AND CATALOGUES -- THE ACC AND IOWO SEARCH SERVICE -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 3. COMPUTING IN A COLD CLIMATE -- INTRODUCTION -- ISSUES -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 4. WIDER OPPORTUNITIES FOR WOMEN: EMANCIPATORY CAL AS THE INTEGRATING FACTOR IN A COURSE PROVIDED FOR WOMEN RETURNERS -- INTRODUCTION -- THE COURSE -- RATIONALE FOR THE USE OF CAL -- PROBLEMS WITH THE RATIONALE -- RECRUITMENT -- COURSE STRUCTURE -- CAL AS AN INTEGRATING FACTOR -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 5. USING COMPUTERS IN UNIVERSITY TEACHING: A PERSPECTIVE ON KEY ISSUES

1. THE COMPUTERS IN TEACHING INITIATIVE -- 2. THE CTI-ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROBLEMS -- 3. SOFTWARE RESOURCES: AN ELUSIVE MOUNTAIN -- 4. ORGANISATION AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 6. THE CLASSROOM vs THE COMPUTER ROOM -- INTRODUCTION -- CLASSROOM OBSERVATIONS -- HARDWARE CONFIGURATION -- THE GEOGRAPHY IN-SERVICE PACK -- CAL AND THE CURRICULUM -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 7. TIPSE: A COST-EFFECTIVE METHOD OF TEACHING SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN -- INTRODUCTION -- TOOL DEVELOPMENT -- EVALUATION TRIALS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES

CHAPTER 8. EXPERIENCES USING CAAPE: COMPUTER ASSISTED ASSESSMENT OF PROGRAMMING EXERCISES -- INTRODUCTION -- THE EXERCISE -- COMPARISONS -- A PRODUCTION SYSTEM -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 9. A DOMAIN-INDEPENDENT STUDENT MODEL FOR AN AI-BASED TRAINING SYSTEM -- INTRODUCTION -- THE COST OF TRAINING -- DOMAIN-INDEPENDENT AI TOOLS -- THE PAINT EXAMPLE -- THE KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION LANGUAGE (KRL) -- THE IMPLICIT CONTENT OF A KNOWLEDGE BASE -- CONCEPT MAPS -- SUBJECT SYLLABUS -- NAVIGATIONAL INFORMATION -- DEPENDENCY INFORMATION -- EXAMPLE DESCRIPTION LANGUAGE -- THE STUDENT MODEL -- THE SKELETAL MODEL

TESTING TRAINEE PERFORMANCE -- THE CREDIT-ASSIGNMENT PROBLEM -- NEGATIVE CREDIT -- REDUCING THE POSSIBLE PROOF-TREES -- HIGHER LEVEL STUDENT INFORMATION -- ANNOTATION OF SUBJECT KNOWLEDGE -- ALTERNATIVE CREDITING SCHEMES -- DISCUSSION -- WORK IN PROGRESS -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 10. PROJECT MENS: MODELLING AND EXPERIMENTING WITH NONLINEAR DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS -- INTRODUCTION -- IMPORTANCE OF CHALLENGING ACCEPTED IDEAS -- IMPORTANCE FOR SECONDARY AND HIGHER EDUCATION -- TOPICS OF THE MENS PROJECT -- IMPORTANCE FOR THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN THE F.R.G. -- REFERENCES

CHAPTER 11. ECAL: BRIDGING THE GAP BETWEEN CAL AND INTELLIGENT TUTORING SYSTEMS

This volume contains a selection of papers from the CAL '89 Symposium and includes papers on a wide range of topics related to computer assisted learning. Papers selected include those from the following areas: CAL design, electronic mail and networks, hypermedia, learning and cognition, multimedia, CAL policy and practice and artificial intelligence techniques and knowledge base systems.

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