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Problems in implementing Computer-managed learning

David G. Hawkridge

Problems in implementing Computer-managed learning

a commissioned paper for the National Development Programme in Computer Assisted Learning.

by David G. Hawkridge

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Published by Council for Educational Technology in London .
Written in English


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SeriesNDPCAL technical reports -- no. 1
ContributionsNational Development Programme in Computer Assisted Learning.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21394089M

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Dirr, Peter J. TITLE Open Education: A Bibliography. PUB DATE Jul 74 NOTE. "Open Classrooms For Children With Learning Problems," David G., Problems In Implementing Computer Managed Problems in implementing Computer-managed learning book.

Bletchley, England: Open University,18 pp. How is Computer Managed Learning abbreviated. CML stands for Computer Managed Learning. CML is defined as Computer Managed Learning frequently.

In Computer Managed Learning (C.M.L.)an exactly parallel practice evolved, but not without the initial phase of one program for one course being somewhat protracted. The "Educational Interface" described in this paper is the Author Language used in the C.M.L.

system now running in the L.B. of H. (see Broderick & Lovatt, ) and used by about Cited by: 1. tool within the class or as a tool for self-learning outside the class. In the computer-managed-instruction, however, computers are employed for the purpose Problems in implementing Computer-managed learning book storing and retrieving information to aid in the management of education.

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