Hawkridge, David G. Publication date. Includes bibliographical references (pages 219-229) and index. The original books is too bright.
Hawkridge, David G. Educational technology, Computer-assisted instruction, Educational innovations, Computer-assisted instruction, Educational innovations, Educational technology, Computerunterstützter Unterricht, Medienpädagogik, Telekommunikation, Learning, Education - trends, Computer Assisted Instruction.
New Information Techno. by David G. Hawkridge.
New Information Technology in the Education of Disabled Children and Adults. Gerald Hales, Tom Vincent, David G. Recently Viewed and Featured.
The Next Educational Technology in Higher Education. Information technology is surging across the world. Educational technologists are already caught up in the excitement of exploiting these new means for old ends, for teaching and learning about knowledge and skills.
New information technology in education. Programmed learning in central African context. Space for the Open University
New information technology in education. Space for the Open University. In the first- part of this paper the Open University is considered as a case study of a large-scale producer of educational materials at university level, including those for dissemination to mass.
Open File Educational Technology: Myth and Reality. New Information Technology and Education (provisional title). Educational Technology. These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Hawkridge, David;Robinson, John. Organizing Educational Broadcasting. Paris/London, Unesco/Croom Helm.
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Information technology can offer huge benefits to the disabled. By David Hawkridge, Tom Vincent, Gerald Hales. It can help many disabled people to overcome barriers of time and space and to a much greater extent it can help them to overcome barriers of communication. Commencing with an assessment of the learning problems faced by disabled people, it goes on to look at the scope of information technology and how it has been used for the education of students of all ages, particularly in the United Kingdom and the United States.
Quest to Learn: Developing the School for Digital Kids by Katie Salen Tekinbas, et al.
Adopting a practical approach that places the law in the context of computer use, this book is highly suitable for undergraduate law students, non-specialist students and computer professionals.
Author: David G. Hawkridge
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Publisher: Law Book Co of Australasia; New Ed edition (July 1983)
Pages: 256 pages
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