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.
For those interested in the impact and implementation of computer assisted learning.
Selected papers: Who needs computers in schools, and why?, D. Hawkridge. Wider opportunities for women: emancipatory CAL as the integrating factor in a course provided for women returners, W. Strang. Using computers in university teaching: a perspective on key issues, N. Gardner & J. Darby. The classroom vs the computer room, D.M. Watson. Experiences using CAAPE: computer assisted assessment of programming exercises, G. Edmunds. Project MENS: modelling and experimenting with nonlinear dynamical systems, K.H. Becker & M. Dorfler. Explanation and learning in medicine, J.J. Bailey & S.L. Duban. An expert system in computer assisted languge learning, R.R. Nyns. Computer supported collaborative learning: problem solving and distance education, C.E. O'Malley & E. Scanlon. Multimedia learning: the classroom experience, D. Freeman. The use of relational database in qualitative research on educational computing, L.R. Winer & M. Carriere. Computer Illustrated Texts (CTIs) for teaching numerical analysis, R. Harding & D. Quinney.
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- 16th March 1990
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University of Strathclyde, UK