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A COMPUTER-BASED SYSTEM INTEGRATING INSTRUCTION AND INFORMATION RETRIEVAL: A DESCRIPTION OF SOME METHODOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS
HARVARD COMPUTING CENTER CAMBRIDGE MA
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The work includes the development of a concordance and the conversion of the programmed textbook Basic Ophthalmology, by Robert D. Reinecke, M.D. and Robert J. Herm, M.D., to computer-assisted instruction on the IBM 7010 and IBM 1401 systems. Essentially the report describes the methodology used to load a large body of text onto a computer. An effort was made to document and explain all steps, including those which were abandoned, in order to avoid unnecessary duplication in the future.
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