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Skills in Geographical Education Symposium '88. Papers Presented to the Symposium (Brisbane, August 14-20, 1988). Volume 1.
Gerber, Rod, Comp.; Lidstone, John, Comp. – 1988
The first of two volumes, this book contains complete texts of 61 papers presented at a 1988 symposium on geographical education. The papers cover many aspects of geographical education in several countries in Western Europe, Africa, and Asia, and are divided into eight sections: (1) "Developing Skills for Living through Geographical…
Descriptors: Computer Uses in Education, Curriculum Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Foreign Countries
European Regional Consultation on Management and Administration of Higher Education in a Market Economy. (Plovdiv, Bulgaria, November 20-23, 1990). Reports.
Neave, G.; And Others – 1990
This monograph presents four papers on the interaction of the market and higher education institutions in relation to the evolution of management and administrative patterns according to the requirements of new political and economic situations. In particular, the papers discuss the changes which a market ideology has brought to European higher…
Descriptors: Access to Education, College Administration, Educational Trends, Foreign Countries
ACM Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval: Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Association of Computing Machinery (Pisa, Italy, September 8-10, 1986).
Rabitti, Fausto, Ed. – 1986
Intended to identify and encourage research, development, and applications of information retrieval, the principal objective of this conference was to provide an international forum to promote an understanding of current research and to stimulate the exchange of ideas and experiences in information retrieval systems. Introductory material for…
Descriptors: Automatic Indexing, Developed Nations, Display Systems, Expert Systems