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ERIC Number: ED290433
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1987-Aug
Pages: 257
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Extending the Human Mind: Computers in Education. Program and Proceedings of the Annual Summer Computer Conference (6th, Eugene, Oregon, August 6-9, 1987).
Oregon Univ., Eugene. Center for Advanced Technology in Education.
Presented in this program and proceedings are the following 27 papers describing a variety of educational uses of computers: "Learner Based Tools for Special Populations" (Barbara Allen); "Micros and Mainframes: Practical Administrative Applications at the Building Level" (Jeannine Bertrand and Eric Schiff); "Logo and Logowriter in the Curriculum" (Billie H. Brown); "The Computer as Construction Kit" (Christine Chaille); "Computer Saturation: Getting More (F)or Less" (Doug Cooper); "Empowering Environments, Hypermedia and Microworlds" (Christopher Dede); "Changes on the Horizon in Data Structures" (J. Michael Dunlap); "Useful Public Domain Software for Educators" (Kurt Gustafson); "Literacy Programs Using Current Technology" (Pat Heerman); "Merging of Office Automation and Information Services" (Terry K. Hippenhammer); "CI3: Integrating the Computer-as-Tool into the Science Curriculum to Bring about Change" (Vivian P. Johnson); "Using Computers in College Mathematics Courses" (Richard M. Koch); "The Instructional Uses of Microcomputers in the State of Oregon: The Spring 1987 Assessment of the Oregon Elementary School" (William E. Lamon); "Appleworks: Special Education Student Scheduling and IEP Management" (Christian Larsen); "Networking Teachers" (Tom Layton); "Should Students Use Spelling Checkers?" (Janice Adele Meyer); "The Apple Classroom of Tomorrow" (Samuel K. Miller); "Resources for Computer Educators" (Anant Kartik Mithal); "MECC Apple Software in the Eugene School District" (Patti Nelson); "Computer Graphics Applications for Teachers" (Julia A. Poage); "Peer Conferencing, Computers, and Persuasive Writing: A Recipe to Encourage Revision" (Jane M. Ritter); "Effective Keyboarding Instruction: A Comparison of Three Programs" (Linda Shellenger); "Local Area Networks: A Classroom Solution" (Georgina L. Seals); "School Applications of Desktop Publishing" (Milt Stanley); "Adding Macro Capabilities to Appleworks" (Neal Strudler); "Understanding Simulations" (John L. Tenny); "Robots in the Elementary Curriculum" (Elizabeth Anne Viau); "Using Robots to Teach Science" (Elizabeth Anne Viau); and "Making the Connection: Software Developers and Educators" (Nancy E. Willard). Also included is information on preconference workshops, conference sessions, and exhibitors. (CGD)
Proceedings, Center for Advanced Technology in Education, 1787 Agate Street, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR 97403 ($15.00 prepaid or purchase order).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Oregon Univ., Eugene. Center for Advanced Technology in Education.