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ERIC Number: ED286066
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987-Jun
Pages: 73
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Adult Literacy and Technology Conference Proceedings (University Park, Pennsylvania, June 4-7, 1987).
Meenan, Avis L., Comp.; Burns, Patricia E., Comp.
These proceedings contain the summaries of 60 presentations. Among those included are: "Desk Top Publishing & Experiential Literacy Material" (Arnold); "A Description of the U.S. Experience in Providing Vocational Skills to Individuals with Low Literacy Skills" (Barbee); "Audio-Disk Technology" (Bixler, MacClay); "Technology for Teachers: A Group Instruction Communication Network" (Brown); "Application of Interactive Video" (Gacka et al.); "Methods of Incorporating Technology into an Adult Resource Learning Center" (Gold, Chetelat); "Technology Breaks the Print Barrier" (Harrington, Sokol); "PLATO: Past-Present-Future" (Manak et al.); "Technology and Adult Education: The Massachusetts Model" (Milley); "Interactive Videodisc Systems for Adult Learning" (Pyatte); "Technology & Literacy" (Turner); "Beyond Word Processing: Using Interactive Writing Software" (Bartholomew); "The ENFI Project: Computer Networks, Collaborative Writing, & Literacy" (Batson); "Adaptive Uses: Older Technologies for Literacy in Developing Countries" (Brace); "Using Databases for Developing Thinking Skills in Adult Literacy" (Budin); "Adult Beginning Reading Instruction & the Computer" (Carman, Lower); "Meeting the Needs of Adult Learners" (Copeland); "Comprehensive Competencies Program" (Dassance); "Computers in Schools" (Gilbertson-Winburne, Green); "Adults' Attitudes toward Computers" (Lewis); "Using Computer Technology in a Volunteer Tutor Literacy Program" (MacCallister); "Reading, Thinking, & Computing" (Marshall); "Setting Up and Managing a CAI Laboratory" (Miller-Parker);"American Ticket: Electronic Motivation & Learning" (Oliver); "Educational Needs of Dislocated Workers" (Park); "CAI and the Adult Student" (Whittle); "Literacy Efforts Involving CAI in Missouri" (Jorgenson, Hollenbeck); "Dropouts: A Holistic Approach" (VanBrugghen); "Language Skills Improvement: The COMPRIS Experience" (Davies); "Proven Use of Human Voice in Interactive Software for Non-Readers" (Eversole); "Integrating Reading & Writing Software into a Literacy Curriculum" (Jagger); "Computerized Help for Adult Illiterates" (McConkie, Zola); "Creating Your Own Software for ABE/GED" (Marshall et al.); "Developing a Statewide Toll-Free Hotline" (Martin, Hudson); "Beyond Basic Literacy: Critical Reading with LECTOR" (Orndorff); "Templates for Literacy" (Stone); "Effective Use of Computers& Software in Adult Literacy Programs" (Szatkowski); "Information Sharing: The Goal Oriented Adult Learning Program" (Weyers et al.); "A New Path to Literacy: The Microcomputer & Interactive, Language Experience Based Approach" (Wangberg); "Enhancing Reading & Writing with Current Software" (Young); "Using Video Packets for Staff Development in ABE" (Fleischman, Tibbetts); "Microcomputers and Teaching Styles" (Migliorelli); and "Computers and the Role of Teachers" (Moscow). (YLB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: Gannett Foundation, Rochester, NY.
Authoring Institution: Pennsylvania State Univ., University Park. Inst. for the Study of Adult Literacy.