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Community and Junior College Journal

1983 Volume 53, Number 8

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Number of articles: 4

  1. British "Programme" Teaches Computer Literacy in U.S

    John Radcliffe

    Describes the 1979 conception and subsequent development of "The Computer Programme," a British television series introducing adults to computers and computing. Discusses the positive response to... More

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  2. Colleges Bent on Computers Benefit from NDEA Glitches

    Louis W. Bender & Lora P. Conrad

    Analyzes some of the successes and failures of educational institutions in introducing audiovisual equipment under the National Defense Education Act of 1958. Suggests that community college... More

    pp. 20-22

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  3. Systematic Confusion? WC3 Shares DP Insights

    Ronald R. Watcke & Caron McCracken

    Describes Wayne County Community College's computer-based instruction program developed during the last five years. Reviews the equipment used, planning considerations, the integration of computer-... More

    pp. 26-29

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  4. Computers for Clio? Historian Asks

    Delbert A. Jurden

    Relates experiences in using computers and microcomputers in teaching history. Reviews the value of the computers in testing, record keeping, reporting, and advising. Cites benefits for instructors... More

    pp. 38-39

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