HARVARD UNIVERSITY COMPUTER-AIDED INSTRUCTION (CAI) LABORATORY.
HARVARD COMPUTING CENTER CAMBRIDGE MASS
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The report is a detailed description of the Harvard CAI Laboratory, including its history, organization, functions, staffing, programs and support. Discussed are materials relating to CAI in general, such as psychological research, modes of instruction, advantages and implementation of CAI. Reviewed also are specific projects of this facility. A complete annotation is presented of programs developed for the IBM 1400 series and S360 and the SDS 940 computer systems. Detailed in these program abstracts is such information as subject matter, target population, length of program, instructional logic, instructional language, computer, inputoutput devices and auxiliary equipment. Author
- Humanities and History