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Computers: A second chance for computer-aided instruction: What networking promised but didn't deliver may be developed at the local level as hardware costs drop

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Discusses the influence of decreasing hardware costs on future development of CAI projects. The developments of suitable courseware are dealt with, outlining three main categories of authoring concepts (pre-guessed student responses, discovery-oriented approach and an approach by which the student becomes a learning strategist). Some of the major CAI development centres are surveyed and results achieved with Plato and Ticcit projects are outlined. An outlook into future developments is presented.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:15 ,  Issue: 8 )