Remote Education and Informatics: Teleteaching: Proceedings of the Ifip Tc 3 International Conference on Remote Education and Informatics: Teleteaching '86, Budapest, Hungary, 20-25 October 1986

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Frank B. Lovis
North-Holland, 1988 - Computers - 255 pages
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This book is the outcome of the first IFIP conference on teleteaching, bringing together reports in this area from all over the world. The main purpose of the conference was to prove that the only way of teaching informatics to adults which seems to be possible is by distance education. The experiences and techniques as applied by some of the major long-distance educational institutions are described. Computer-based technologies are treated extensively and from a number of new angles, e.g. using country-wide computer networks for the distribution of courseware and using WORM (CD-ROM) technology and other new storage techniques for the distribution of educational material. Important further topics include the use of television, home computers, interactive optical disks and expert systems for educational applications.

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Contents

Teleteaching as the Most Important Means of the Informatization
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Remote Education with Online Communications and Laboratories
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The Education Industry
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