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Education and Computing

1989 Volume 5, Number 4

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Number of articles: 2

  1. Software Engineering Techniques for Computer-Aided Learning

    Bertrand Ibrahim

    Describes the process for developing tutorials for computer-aided learning (CAL) using a programing language rather than an authoring system. The workstation used is described, the use of graphics ... More

    pp. 215-22

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  2. Computer Education in the Primary and Middle Schools in the People's Republic of China: The Late 1980's

    Helene P. Baouendi & Judith D. Wilson

    Two participants in a delegation of computer professionals who observed computer education in China's primary and middle schools report on the status of computer equipment and books; the... More

    pp. 275-86

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