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Computers in Education,
Designed to help teachers use computer technology to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the educational process. In retaining its organization according to a three-fold taxonomy - Tutor, Tool, and Tutee, this text provides some organization to the myriad of possible computer applications in education.
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The Computer and Education,
This title covers the main features of the new Excel 2000. Each is discussed and described in a series of one hour lessons, with examples, questions and exercises to provide a working understanding of this tool.'
by Lawrence Lipsitz, Editor
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The Use & Misuse of Computers in Education,

by Allan B. Ellis
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Let Them Eat Data,How Computers Affect Education, Cultural Diversity, and the Prospects of Ecological Sustainability
Do computers foster cultural diversity? Ecological sustainability? In our age of high-tech euphoria we seem content to leave tough questions like these to the experts. That dangerous inclination is at the heart of this important examination of the commercial and educational trends that have left us so uncritically optimistic about global computing. Contrary to the attitudes that have been marketed and taught to us, says C. A. Bowers, the fact is that computers operate on a set of Western cultural assumptions and a market economy that drives consumption. Our indoctrination includes the view of global computing innovations as inevitable and on a par with social progress--a perspective dismayingly suggestive of the mindset that engendered the vast cultural and ecological disruptions of the industrial revolution and world colonialism. In Let Them Eat Data Bowers discusses important issues that have fallen into the gap between our perceptions and the realities of global computing, including the misuse of the theory of evolution to justify and legitimate the global spread of computers, and the ecological and cultural implications of unmooring knowledge from its local contexts as it is digitized, commodified, and packaged for global consumption. He also suggests ways that educators can help us think more critically about technology. Let Them Eat Data is essential reading if we are to begin democratizing technological decisions, conserving true cultural diversity and intergenerational forms of knowledge, and living within the limits and possibilities of the earth’s natural systems.
by C. A. Bowers
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Computers and education,

by Charles Stitham White
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Computers in education,proceedings of the IFIP TC 3 Fifth World Conference on Computers in Education, WCCE 90, Sydney, Australia, July 9-13, 1990
This book is the result of the 1990 World Conference on Computers in Education. These conferences, held only once every five years, bring together computer educators from around the world to share their ideas, experiences, achievements and frustrations in this rapidly developing field. The papers are grouped into streams and mini-conferences, reflecting the logical organization of the conference. The streams include elementary, secondary, university, vocational education and training, research, and ``rainbow'' for papers that cut across the streams. The mini-conference sections address the use of computer based training in industry, new tools in the classroom, and computing in distance education.
by Anne McDougall
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Computers and Education in the 21st Century,
ConieD is the biannual Congress on Computers in Education, organised by the Spanish Association for the Development of Computers in Education (ADIE). The last Congress, held in Puertollano (Ciudad Real), brought together researchers in different areas, ranging from web applications, educational environments, or Human-Computer Interaction to Artificial Intelligence in Education. The common leitmotiv of the major part of the lectures was the World Wide Web. In particular, the focus was on the real possibilities that this media presents in order to make the access of students to educational resources possible anywhere and anytime. This fact was highlighted in the Conclusions of the Congress following this Preface as the Introduction. From the full 92 papers presented to the Programme Committee we have selected the best 24 papers that we are presenting in this book. The selection of papers was a very difficult process, taking into account that the papers presented in the Congress (60) were all good enough to appear in this book. Only the restrictions of the extension of this book have limited the number of papers to 24. These papers represent the current high-quality contributions of Spanish research groups in Computers in Education. Manuel Ortega Cantero José Bravo Rodríguez Editors xiii Introduction ConieD’99 (1st National Congress on Computers in Education) has brought together a very important group of Spanish and Latin American researchers devoted to studying the application and use of computers in education.
by Manuel Ortega
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Computers in Education,A Guide for Educators

by Bobbie K. Hentrel
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Computers in education,legal liabilities and ethical issues concerning their use and misuse

by Patricia A. Hollander
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Computers in Education,

by John Hirschbuhl
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Computer In Education,
The present book is a thoughtful work which provides rich knowledge both about computers and about the process of computer aided learning. It shows how computers can enhance student motivation and engagement. Application of internet is also analysed here. A Complete guide for warmers and substantial for the advance Learning.
by Atul Jain
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Advanced Research on Computers in Education,Proceedings of the Ifip Tc3 International Conference on Advanced Research on Computers in Education, Tokyo, Japan, 18-20 July 1990
In the field of education, advanced research using artificial intelligence and cognitive models is vividly making its appearance clear, and deepening our conviction of its effectiveness in practical use. This volume is one of the results of the conference, which was held with the aim of exploring the current state and future trends of advanced techniques and methodologies in information processing, specifically those from artificial intelligence and cognitive science, as applied to the field of education.
by Robert Lewis
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Computers in education,realizing the potential

by Alan M. Lesgold
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History of Computing and Education 2 (HCE2),IFIP 19th World Computer Congress, WG 9.7, TC 9: History of Computing, Proceedings of the Second Conference on the History of Computing and Education, August 21-24, Santiago, Chile
These proceedings derive from an international conference on the history of computing and education. This conference is the second of hopefully a series of conferences that will take place within the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and hence, we describe it as the "Second IFIP Conference on the History of Computing and Education" or simply "History of Computing and Education 2" (HCE2). This volume consists of a collection of articles presented at the HCE2 conference held in association with the IFIP 2006 World Computer Congress in Santiago, Chile. Articles range from a wide variety of educational and computing perspectives and represent activities from five continents. The HCE2 conference represents a joint effort of the IFIP Working Group 9. 7 on the History of Computing and the IFIP Technical Committee 3 on Education. The HCE2 conference brings to light a broad spectrum of issues. It illustrates topics in computing as they occurred in the "early days" of computing whose ramifications or overtones remain with us today. Indeed, many of the early challenges remain part of our educational tapestry; most likely, many will evolve into future challenges. Therefore, these proceedings provide additional value to the reader as it will reflect in part the future development of computing and education to stimulate new ideas and models in educational development. These proceedings provide a spectrum of interesting articles spanning many topics of historical interest.
by John Impagliazzo
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The use of computers in education worldwide,results from the IEA "Computers in education" survey in 19 educational systems

by Willem J. Pelgrum
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