Computer-Aided Learning


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Computer-Aided Learning

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(2005): New trends and technologies in computer-aided learning. FIP TC10 Working Conference: EduTech 2005, October 20-21, 2005, Perth, Australia.
Topics include the effects of computer-aided learning in treating illiteracy, e-learning programs, computer-based testing on a large scale and the overall change in attitudes toward computers in classroom environments.
This confirms the college's commitment to computer-aided learning across the curriculum.
This article maintains that labyrinth-cases of multiple outlets, although difficult, but pleasant to construct, are probably the way to go to strengthen computer-aided learning. The objective of the article is to show, based on a particular labyrinth-case, how to construct labyrinth-cases and consolidate their contents based on associative knowledge retrieved from a database.
Last spring and summer, nothing sounded better than Project Independence, a bold educational program to put laptop computers into the hands of some 7,000 students in one of the largest experiments in computer-aided learning in the country.
This study is therefore designed to investigate whether computer-aided learning will help students learn and perform better than when they are taught in traditional classroom settings.
The report covers instructional alternatives of telecourse, linked courses, computer-aided learning, correspondence courses, and audio/video instruction.
Asynchronous learning includes vertical portals, computer-aided learning (CAL) and Web-based instruction (WBI).
The education room, an extension of the existing Unipart University, will allow staff to get to grips with new techniques, new technology and new machinery by using computer-aided learning.
Darr in "Computer-aided systems for organizational learning and problem solving", argue that computer-aided learning systems (CALS) potentially can be used to enable employees in global firms to collaborate across language, culture, space and time, acquiring and sharing knowledge and expertise, to their competitive business advantage.
For the most part, it does not encompass computer-aided learning.
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