(partial) Computers and the future: education, A Bork. Path algebras: a useful CAI/CAL analysis technique, J L Alty. The building of a computer-based teaching system, K Tait. Towards a theory of topics, P Jackson. Computers, adaptive teaching and operational learning systems, J Vazquez-Abad & R Larose. The role of CAL in decision-making in the humanities, D M Watson. Computer voice support for visually-handicapped students, A G Law et al. Petri nets as a modelling tool in the development of CAL courseware, M Ferraris et al. Everyone is a programmer now, R D Harding. Selecting microcomputers for schools, C Sadler & S Eisenbach.
CAL 83 was organised by the Council for Educational Technology in conjunction with Pergamon Press. The selected proceedings include papers from four broad themes: fundamental aspects of CAL, case studies in CAL, hardware for CAL, and future developments, and also two keynote papers by Professors Bork and Alty respectively. The increasing interest in CAL applications in schools is evident from the number of related papers.
Of interest to CAL researchers and practitioners, and teachers interested in CAL.
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