Microcomputers in Education

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Microcomputers in Education is a collection of articles edited by Christopher Smith. It contains the following articles:

* A system approach to curriculum development, the Manchester project for computer studies in schools by Kathleen Hennessy
* Mechanism for CAL origination by Bob Lewis
* In-service micro courses for the teaching profession by David Burghes
* The role of the Local Education Authorities by Keith Tomilinson
* A national software library by David Walker
* Microcomputers and special education: survey and prospects by Peter Goodyear
* COMAL - an educational alternative by Borge Christensen
* Software standards BASIC and COMAL by Roy Atherton
* PETCAI: A system for developmnt and delivery of computer-assisted instruction by Danny Doyle and Gawcott Bucks
* Some techniques and applications of computer grapics in CAL by Adrian Oldknow
* A versatile double-density plotting and screen to hardcopy package in CAL by David Williams
* PETNET - data transmission system by Nick Green
* The use of microcomputers to control equipment by Peter Avis
* PETs in practical class: the case for computer assisted experimentation by Christopher Smith
* Teaching processor architecture and low level languages at 'A' level using a model computer by Peter Bishop
* The possibilities of using CAL on Business Education Council Courses by Adrian Woods
* School administration without discs: how much can be done? by Ian Birnbaum

This edition was published in 1982 by Ellis Horwood Limited.

ISBN : 0-85312-424-8

Publisher : Ellis Horwood Limited

Author : Various

Format : Hardcover





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