End of an Era

October 2015
Journal of Applied Learning Technology;Fall2015, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p3
Academic Journal
The article reflects on the Society for Applied Learning Technology (SALT) created by Raymond Fox and Stanley Winkler in 1972. It talks about a graduate program called Computing Technology in Education (CTE) at the School of Computer and Information Sciences at the Nova Southeastern University, started by John Scigliano and Al Mizells.


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