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Education and Computing

1990 Volume 6, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Fundamental Issues in End-User Education

    Peter Juliff

    Discusses various types of end users of computer systems, describes skills they may need to have, and suggests knowledge that is needed to become an informed end user. The attitudes and... More

    pp. 17-22

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  2. A Comprehensive Integrated Computing Curriculum for End-Users

    Ronald L. Baker

    Describes courses in microcomputer literacy for college students that evolved from one general course to modular courses including word processing, spreadsheets, and programing. A proposed plan for... More

    pp. 47-53

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  3. A Comparison of the Computer Technology and Computer and Information Science Curricula at Indiana University and Purdue University at Indianapolis

    Kathleen M. Hanson

    Describes and compares the degree programs in Computer Technology and in Computer and Information Science that are offered in the Purdue University System. Areas of comparison include degrees... More

    pp. 97-103

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  4. Home Computing as an Integral Part of Distance Learning

    Gordon Davies & Jenny Preece

    Discusses distance learning, describes the Open University in the United Kingdom, and describes the incorporation of home computing into computer courses at the Open University. Industrial training... More

    pp. 153-59

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  5. The Learning Curve Model for Analysing the Cost-Effectiveness of a Training System

    Baruch Offir & Yaacov J. Katz

    Discussion of industrial-educational cooperation focuses on the Learning Curve model, which can be used to evaluate the cost effectiveness of learning programs. Cost effectiveness for homogeneous... More

    pp. 161-64

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