Computer Assisted Learning

Computer Assisted Learning

Selected Contributions from the CAL91 Symposium, 8-11 April 1991, Lancaster university

1st Edition - April 1, 1992

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  • Editors: M.R. Kibby, J.R. Hartley
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483298726

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Description

This volume contains a selection of the best papers from the Computer Assisted Learning '91 Symposium. It includes research on a wide range of topics related to computers and learning with an emphasis on hard research evidence and innovative explorations.

Readership

For researchers interested in all aspects of computer assisted learning.

Table of Contents

  • Selected papers: Preface. International Programme Committee. Reasoning supported by computational tools, J. Bliss et al. Object-lessons from self-explanatory objects, D. Clark. How can intelligent CAL better adapt to learners? G.M. Boyd & P.D. Mitchell. Modelling domain knowledge for Intelligent Simulation Learning Environments, W.R. van Joolingen & T. de Jong. Pedagogical decisions within an ITS-shell, J. Vassileva. A differential diagnostic skills assessment and tutorial tool, F.J. Papa et al. Educational and research utilization of a dynamic knowledge base, A. Fernandez-Valmayor & C. Fernandez-Chamizo. Intelligent tutoring systems on scientific subjects: are prototypes ready for broad experimentation? M. Grandbastien. CASCADE: introducing AI into CBT, R.J. Hendley & N. Jurascheck. Writing and the computer: an intelligent tutoring systems solution, C. Bowerman. An environment for physical geography teaching, P.L. Brusilovsky & T.B. Gorskaya-Belova. Learning by building rule-based models, M. Webb. The Artificial Intelligence Applications to Learning Programme, N. Williams. Implementing CAL at a university, M.D. Leiblum. Some problems of mathematical CAL, C.E. Beevers et al. The CORE guided discovery approach to acquiring programming skills, T. Boyle & S. Margetts. A computer-based laboratory course in mathematical sciences, N. Pitcher. Developing the use of IT within mathematics through action research, H. Tanner. Who's in the driving seat? Technology, the arts and education, J.D. Burnett. Hypercourseware, D. Siviter & K. Brown. Authoring and evaluation of hypermedia for education, G.A. Hutchings et al. Technology and music: an intertwining dance, R. Upitis. Author index. Subject index.

Product details

  • No. of pages: 269
  • Language: English
  • Copyright: © Pergamon 1992
  • Published: April 1, 1992
  • Imprint: Pergamon
  • eBook ISBN: 9781483298726

About the Editors

M.R. Kibby

Affiliations and Expertise

University of Strathclyde, UK

J.R. Hartley

Affiliations and Expertise

Computer Based Learning Unit, University of Leeds, LS2 9JT, UK

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