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ERIC Number: ED240978
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983-Mar
Pages: 250
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: N/A
Proceedings of the Annual Penn State Microcomputer Information Exchange Conference (2nd, University Park, Pennsylvania, March 11-12, 1983).
Streibel, Michael J., Comp.
This collection of 17 conference presentations includes (1) "Project LOGO: A Study in Cognitive Enhancement Using Microcomputers," Henry Dobson; (2) "Tender Loving Care for Your Terrific Little Computer (TLC for your TLC)," Carol Dwyer and Karl Kelly; (3) "Teaching Micro-Literacy to Kids," Robert Gillingham; (5) "Teaching Music with the Apple II Microcomputer," William Higgins; (6) "The Design of a Microcomputer Data Base for Educators," Carol Jean Howard, Ronald Aitken, and Timothy Robinson; (7) "A Computer Programming Curriculum for High School (I, II, III), Newton Kulp; (8) "Microcomputers in Engineering Graphics," William H. Park; (9) "Computer Camps for Children and Adults in America," Joan Parrett; (10) "Parallel Microprocessors: Mainframe Power for Micro Prices," Douglas J. Parsons; (11) "Microcomputer Applications for Laboratory Sciences," Thomas Sandusky and Jeffrey D. Charney; (12) "Computer-Managed Instruction: Will I Control It or Will It Control Me?" Carol Scheftic; (13) "Computer Courseware for the Deaf and Learning Disabled: What's Being Done?," Casey Stone and Kathleen Smith; (14) "Microcomputer Anxiety," John Tongue; (15) "Computer Literacy for Professionals," Leslie E. Vance; (16) "Staff Development for Computer Literacy--A Model Way?" James P. West; and (17) "The Unexpected Treasure: Developing Problem Solving Skills through Interactive Fantasy," J. Alan Whiteside. The conference agenda is included, as well as lists of the planning committee and hosts. (LMM)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Identifiers: Computer Anxiety; Computer Uses in Education; Interactive Systems; LOGO Programing Language
Note: Some sections may be marginally legible due to light or broken type.