Citations with the tag: COMPUTER assisted instruction
Results 1 - 50
- Computer Assisted Instruction - Where Are We? (book).
Whitlock, Gerald H.; Rubin, George J. // Training & Development Journal; Feb69, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p58
Presents an abstract of the article 'Computer Assisted Instruction--Where Are We?,' by Robert Bundy which appeared in the April 1968 issue of 'Phi Delta Kappa, XLIX' journal.
- Hazards of surgical training virtually eliminated.
Decoster, Roy // All Hands; Jun96, Issue 950, p20
Reports on the use of virtual reality computer programs to teach surgery in the United States. Generation by Dr. Richard Rowe of the National Naval Medical Center of technology to generate virtual patients; Cost of computers capable of simulating surgery; Use of human body models.
- Bridging the Digital Divide From the Sky.
Roach, Ronald // Black Issues in Higher Education; 12/07/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 21, p30
Focuses on the Digital Divide project that will allow members of the American Distance Education Consortium to secure wireless, satellite-based distribution of high bandwidth Internet service for underserved communities. Information on the group; Goal of the project; Other future efforts.
- Computer Training for Entrepreneurial Meteorologists.
Koval, Joseph P.; Young, George S. // Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society; May2001, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p875
Examines the key components of computer instruction for undergraduate meteorologists at the Pennsylvania State University in Erie, Pennsylvania. Emphasis on the techniques required to learn computer programming; Importance of project management skills in the job market; Key goal of the course.
- A follow-up on CD-ROM tax services.
Warner, Paul D.; Smith, L. Murphy // CPA Journal; Jan1995, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p72
Evaluates several CD-ROM-based tax services. Includes OnPoint by the Research Institute of America; CCH SmartTax; CCH Access; CCH Tax Assistant; Features; Online services; Applications.
- In home studios, artists turn high-tech.
Belsie, Laurent // Christian Science Monitor; 3/9/95, Vol. 87 Issue 71, p12
Features the importance of computers and its tools in art. Increasing number of cases of artists switching to computers for digital painting; Various cases of artists accepting the trend; Low cost of computers as the biggest factor of growing digital art; Negative ratings of the digital art.
- How to boot up the universe.
Shields, Charles // Curriculum Review; Dec91, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p3
Discusses whether the disadvantages of computerized physics outweigh the advantages. How software programs promise to blow out the bunsen burners of countless Archies and Jugheads; What concerns Dr. Jack Wilson, director of the Center for Innovation in Undergraduate Education at Rensselaer...
- Art and computers: Is there room in the studio for both?
Welter, C.H. // Design for Arts in Education; Nov/Dec89, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p18
Reports on the controversy over the use of computers in teaching art. Lack of software; Technology and visual grammar; Traditional pedagogical methods.
- DIGITAL PUBLISHING: Real-World ROI For CTP.
Sandler, Kathy // Folio: The Magazine for Magazine Management; 12/1/2001, Vol. 30 Issue 15, p37
Focuses on the benefits of using computer-to-plate (CTP) workflow. Tips in making the most of a CTP workflow; Reminder before making any technological investment or workflow; Importance of enforcing deadlines.
- Virtual Campus expands access to SIAST programs.
Kimble, Ross // Saskatchewan Sage; Jan2002, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p10
Reports on the Virtual Campus educational program of the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST) in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Initiation of SIAST on accredited online course; Goals of SIAST on the program; Opening of different courses offered by SIAST.
- Computer-based multimedia and videodiscs: Uses in supporting...
Boone, Randall; Higgins, Kyle // Intervention in School & Clinic; May97, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p302
Describes available multimedia and videodisc technologies and the ways they can be integrated into the classroom. Videodisc modes; Uses of multimedia and videodisc technologies; Steps for creating a videodisc-enhanced multimedia computer-assisted instruction (CAI); Components of digital video...
- Impressions from a NICAR trainer.
LaFleur, Jennifer // IRE Journal; Jul/Aug96, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p3
Discusses the author's observations as a trainer for the National Institute for Computer-Assisted Reporting (NICAR). Training of journalists and journalism teachers on the use of computers; Common traits of journalists; Views of journalists on computers.
- E-LEARNING AWARDS 2007 COUNTDOWN.
LaFleur, Jennifer // e.learning age; Jul/Aug2007, p9
The article offers an invitation to join the 2007 E-Learning Awards and the Awards Gala Dinner.
- EVENT NEWS.
LaFleur, Jennifer // e.learning age; Nov2007, p9
A calendar of events of interest to the e-learning sector in Great Britain in November 2007 is presented, including the Learning and the Human Brain workshop, the Instructional Design Masterclass and the Accessibility for E-Learning one-day course.
- Conference and event diary.
LaFleur, Jennifer // e.learning age; Nov2007, p32
A calendar of events of interest to the e-learning sector is presented, including a conference and exhibition for business learning in Birmingham, England, the Online Educa 2007 in Berlin, Germany and a conference on learning technologies in London, England.
- TIPS FROM THE PROS.
LaFleur, Jennifer // Online Classroom; Feb2008, p1
The article lists several questions to ask to determine whether an online course has a communal infrastructure that makes learning fun and exciting.
- The hardest question to answer about CBT.
Oakes, Kevin // Training & Development; Sep97, Vol. 51 Issue 9, p45
Advises training professionals on how to determine the length of time needed to develop one hour of computer-based training (CBT). Phases in developing a CBT course; Elements included in the production value of a CBT course; Clients' need to consider that CBT development is creative work.
Oakes, Kevin // Technology & Learning; Nov/Dec93, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p65
Features information about available educational materials. Curriculum software; Early childhood story software; 'MacBeth' CD-ROM; Software tools; More.
- Multimedia authors, one and all.
Milone Jr., Michael N. // Technology & Learning; Oct94, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p25
Discusses the teaching of multimedia authoring in schools in the United States. Includes creating interactive presentations by students and teachers; Incorporation of text, audio and video capabilities; Use of the HyperCard at National Louis University; Creation of a cartoon called `The Widget'...
- How the astronomy programs compare.
Milone Jr., Michael N. // Technology & Learning; Sep97, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p16
Compares the choicest astronomy computer software programs. Names of the programs; Platforms and unusual system requirements; Strengths and weaknesses.
- Web sites with an international focus.
Shields, Jean // Technology & Learning; Sep97, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p65
Presents a listing of Web sites offering information on photographs, lesson plans, historical backgrounders, among others for students interested in geography. Names of the Web sites and what they offer.
- Memorandum on expanding access to Internet-based educational resources for children, teachers...
Clinton, William J. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; 4/28/97, Vol. 33 Issue 17, p551
Presents US President Bill Clinton's memorandum for the heads of executive departments and agencies dated April 18, 1997 concerning the expansion of access to Internet-based educational resources for children, parents and teachers. Contribution of federal agencies; Guidelines for the initiative...
- Computer access.
Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Winter1995, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p8
Reports that South Australian schools have almost doubled the access to computers of their New South Wales counterparts.
- The computer in instrumental music.
Dunnigan, Patrick // Music Educators Journal; Jul93, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p32
Looks at the various ways a computer can enhance a music program. Essentiality in the American educational system; Teachers' awareness of the potential uses; Michigan Computer Music Survey; Administrative tasks; Creation of unique classroom materials; Computer-assisted instruction; Performance...
- The Endless CLASS.
Taylor, Sarah Stewart // Community College Week; 5/12/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p6
Focuses on the challenges of teaching online courses. Benefits of online courses; Complaints of teachers; Measures taken by some faculty organizations to address the demand and stresses unique to online teaching.
- Keeping the Education in Online Education.
Hameroff, Glenn // Community College Week; 5/12/2003, Vol. 15 Issue 20, p10
Presents an article on online teaching. Skills learned from classroom teaching; Reaction to teaching on the Internet; Lessons learned from the experience.
- More power: Integrated interactive technology and art education.
Dunn, Phillip C. // Art Education; Nov96, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p6
Discusses the use of integrated interactive technologies for children's education in arts. Technology as a creative tool in fostering active participation of children; Use as a research and curriculum development tool; Implications for art education.
- Perspectives on the use of Internet in art classrooms.
Heise, Donalyn; Grandgenett, Neal F. // Art Education; Nov96, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p12
Discusses various perspectives in the use of Internet in art education. Teacher attitudes towards technology in the art classroom; Role of Internet technology in the art curriculum; Importance of teacher attitudes to effective implementation of technology; Perspectives in the state of Nebraska.
- The World Wide Web: Alice meets cyberspace.
Koos, Marybeth; Smith-Shank, Deborah L. // Art Education; Nov96, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p19
Discusses the potentials of the World Wide Web as a tool for art education. Key to museums and galleries; Access, cost, time, and copyright; Implications for use of the websites; Benefits to art teachers; Difficulties in the use of the web. INSETS: Index.;Art-related websites..
- Poll finds more credibility for online studies.
Koos, Marybeth; Smith-Shank, Deborah L. // IT Training; Jul2002, p10
Presents the result of the survey on the number of employers offering online courses conducted by electronic learning provider Learndirect in Great Britain.
- How America's schools really use computer technology.
Koos, Marybeth; Smith-Shank, Deborah L. // Technology Teacher; Nov97, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p3
Highlights the results of a survey on the views of teachers and administrators on the status of computer technology in the educational system of the United States. Need for more teacher training and modern computers to improve the use of computer technology in schools; Consensus on the...
- Software & courseware.
Koos, Marybeth; Smith-Shank, Deborah L. // T H E Journal; Dec94, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p38
Presents computer software for computer-assisted instruction. Includes DERIVE from Soft Warehouse; Calendar Manager Version 5 from Russell Information Sciences; SchoolView from EduQuest.
- Software & courseware.
Koos, Marybeth; Smith-Shank, Deborah L. // T H E Journal; Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p37
Reports on computer software and courseware for education. Includes Math Trek interactive courseware by William K. Bradford; CSL Curriculum Orchestrator from Chancery Software Ltd.; Instructional programs from PACE Learning Systems; SASI Textbook Inventory software system from MACRO Educational...
- Part 2: Observations from the Boulder Valley Internet project.
Black, Libby; Klingenstein, Ken // T H E Journal; Jun95, Vol. 22 Issue 11, p54
Part II. Discusses the learning and curriculum-integration issues in the Boulder Valley Internet Project. Five ways teacher use the Internet; Classroom utilization of Internet's tools and resources; Patterns of use by grade level and connectivity; Two-way interactive exchange; Goals for 1996.
- Educators' online.
Black, Libby; Klingenstein, Ken // T H E Journal; Oct95, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p46
Reports that the Global Classroom uses e-mail to promote higher education faculty and curricular development. Subscription; Kidpub as a new site on the Web for children; Communiques from the Wild as a listserv that disseminates curricular materials on various topics; Migration to America as an...
- Home/school connectivity.
Charp, Sylvia // T H E Journal; Jun96, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p4
Editorial. Reports on educational seminars for parents to better understand the benefits of computers in the educational process. Computer training programs offered by corporations; Home learning programs; Importance of teacher guidance.
- St. Patrick teacher, students share ideas via electronic whiteboard.
Charp, Sylvia // T H E Journal; Jun96, Vol. 23 Issue 11, p28
Reports on the use of an electronic whiteboard at the St. Patrick School in Brantford, Ontario. Creation of a paragraph in Microsoft Write; Demonstration of Microsoft Paintbrush; Educational technology; Computer-aided instruction; ECONEWS assignment given to students.
- Identity Theft, Personal Financial Management Training Available on NKO.
Pierce, Colby // All Hands; Aug2006, Issue 1072, p7
The article focuses on the new course to reduce Sailors' risk of becoming victims of identity theft, offered by the Center for Personal Development through Navy Knowledge Online's e-Learning in the U.S.
- Online system manages police officer training.
Russell, Brian // American City & County; Mar2003, Vol. 118 Issue 3, p44
Reports on the application of an online learning management system by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) in North Carolina. Efforts of the CMPD to enforce the system; Function of the system; Plans of the CMPD for the application of the system as an online training course for...
- States, districts seen bearing cost of replacing computers.
West, Peter // Education Week; 2/14/96, Vol. 15 Issue 21, p8
Reports on the statement that local districts and states will bear the cost of replacing computers in schools in the United States. Possible support from federal technology grant programs and corporate sponsors; Other education technology issues.
- Computers as Teachers' Aides.
Trotter, Andrew // Education Week; 10/01/98, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p28
Highlights the use of computer-assisted instruction in the United States, focusing on the use of a computer-tutoring program called Pump Algebra Tutor, to teach algebra to 9th graders at Carrick High School. Details on Jan Toth and Maxine Malloy, two teachers who use this program; Description...
- Lessons From a Dirty River.
Kennedy Manzo, Kathleen // Education Week; 10/01/98, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p37
Focuses on computer-assisted instruction in the United States, highlighting the use of a computer program called Model-It, in the education of science students at Lessenger Middle School in Detroit, Michigan. Reference to the students' analysis of the River Rouge; Description of this computer...
- Techno to Tactile.
Weeks, Anne Macleod // Education Week; 11/11/98, Vol. 18 Issue 11, p38
No abstract available.
- Curiousity abated--temporarily.
Weeks, Anne Macleod // e-learning; Aug/Sep2002, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p13
Ranks the scalability and ease of update of several electronic learning delivery methods. High- and low-bandwidth Internet; Instructor-led training; Text- and Web-based training.
- Content at the Speed of Light.
Maisto, Michelle // e-learning; Aug/Sep2002, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p16
Discusses how electronic learners can be provided with engaging computer-assisted instruction programs regardless of technological limitations on bandwidth. Web-based content; Online training program with play-by-demand video clips; Levels of training simulation.
- BLOOM'S TAXONOMY.
M.M. // e-learning; Aug/Sep2002, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p18
Shows how the classification of levels of intellectual behavior can best determine the most effective computer-assisted instruction methods for course content and end users. Taxonomy of three domains; Improvement of workers' job performance.
- E-Learning Opportunities.
Ziegler, Reinhard // e-learning; Aug/Sep2002, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p44
Focuses on electronic learning initiatives in Australia. Technology-delivered training program; Integrated performance support; Government-led initiatives.
Thompson, Vicki // Arts & Activities; Nov92, Vol. 112 Issue 3, p31
Explains how the author's seventh-grade art students used the DazzleDraw computer program to create a slide show that is designed to be viewed as a printout. How students can become so caught up in the use of computers that art elements and careful thought are forgotten; How the class decided...
- Computer time--Limited but powerful.
Elliott, Bruce R. // Arts & Activities; Jan1993, Vol. 112 Issue 5, p18
Discusses learning principles of design and composition through the use of a computer. Deluxe Paint as basic software paint program; Hewlett Packard Paintjet printer and scanner; Software painting programming; Flexibility in art creation through computer; Technological influences in art;...
- Computer graphics.
Brewer, Eleanor K. // Arts & Activities; May93, Vol. 113 Issue 4, p16
Reports how students from Southmont High School in Crawfordsville, Indiana, are using computer graphics in art class. Teachers involved with CADRE (Computer Art Discover--a Renaissance in Education); Computer software used; Controversy over fine art created by a computer.