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Why Look Back? Arguments for a History of Computing in Education

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1 Author(s)
Loop, L. ; LO*OP Center Inc., Palo Alto, CA

Studying the history and development of computing in education will improve future practice in advanced learning technologies. First, the author reviews two exemplar issues that are still unsolved: what kind of educational material should be presented via computer and how interface complexity can interfere with educational "payload". Thereafter, the history of computing in education virtual museum (HCE) is introduced as a resource to make primary source materials for such study more accessible

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Advanced Learning Technologies, 2006. Sixth International Conference on

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5-7 July 2006