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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1978 Volume 7, Number 3

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Stand Alone Computer Systems--Our Educational Future

    Alfred Bork

    Trends in modern technology suggest that stand-alone computer systems, perhaps incorporating the videodisc, will represent the major systems of the future; they will be widely available in homes,... More

    pp. 201-7

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  2. Some Directions of Present and Future Computer Managed Instruction Systems--Why the Differences?

    Stanley J. Kalisch

    Describes and compares some CMI systems, e.g., Scout at Brigham Young University, a system at Florida State, CDC's PLATO, and the Air Force Human Resources Laboratory System, in terms of their... More

    pp. 209-20

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  3. A Federal Perspective Concerning the Use of Computers in Vocational Training

    Richard B. Otte

    Discusses some of the problems faced by educators and systems developers in developing and implementing effective technological systems for the instruction, administration, and management of... More

    pp. 221-28

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  4. Computer Controlled Interactive Motion and Still Image Film Projection System for Vocational Education for the Deaf

    Raymond G. Fox

    Describes a micro-processor controlled instruction delivery system being developed for use with deaf students which incorporates film cassette, frame or sequence addressable, color motion or still ... More

    pp. 229-37

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  5. Computer-Based Education in Prison Schools

    Martin A. Siegel

    Presents an overview of the PLATO Corrections Project (PCP) in Illinois and Minnesota, and describes recent curriculum development efforts in adult reading comprehension and vocabulary development.... More

    pp. 239-56

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  6. Programmer Job Training for the Disadvantaged

    Wallace Feurzeig

    Discusses programer job training programs, designed to give the knowledge, skills, and effective job experience required for placement in entry level business programing jobs, to chronically... More

    pp. 257-65

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  7. A Study of Computer Impact on Society and Computer Literacy Courses and Materials

    Richard H. Austing

    This description of a project to review computer impact on society and computer literacy courses and materials includes the effort to gather and maintain a comprehensive bibliography, an analysis... More

    pp. 267-74

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  8. The Next Great Crisis in American Education: Computer Literacy

    Andrew R. Molnar

    In an information society, a computer literate populace is as important as energy is to an industrial society. Other nations have begun the task of restructuring their systems to include computers ... More

    pp. 275-85

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  9. Computer Assisted Instruction at Northern Virginia Community College: Integrating TICCIT into the Instructional Program

    Monica Flynn Sasscer

    TICCIT has been a prominent feature of the instructional environment of the Alexandria Campus of Northern Virginia Community College since 1974, and its presence has pervaded all the operations of ... More

    pp. 287-97

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