Computer Control - A Handbook for Teachers of Computer Studies (Microelectronics Education Programme)

This handbook introduces the concept of computer control to teachers and promotes its use in the classroom.

From the preface:

'Most computer studies courses cover programming, data processing, the structure of computers etc.  Very few courses look at how computers can be used to control equipment such as motors, lights etc. in a practical way.  This is a pity since there are good educational reasons for exploring this field.'

Our copy is a draft of the final production.  Instructions in the front of the copy order its destruction before 31st December 1983, when the final version was supposedly available.

Date : 1983

Creator : Microelectronics Education Programme

Format : A4

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH44025. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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