IFIP International Federation for Information Processing, The Netherlands 1970; 3 volumes.
Condition: Good overall, 8x12 softcover, white paper; double column text, References for each paper; heavy spine wear, edgewear & chipping; vol. 2 being a thick volume split along the spine, spine retaped - complete. Vol 3 best. Reading copies only.
Categories: 1970's computers and computing, Computers and Society, General Histories and References, Human-Computer Interaction, Programming and Programming Languages, COBOL, General Programming, Philosophy of Programming, Technical Journals, Proceedings, Conferences, AFIPS
See all items by Bob Scheepmaker, IFIP World Conference on Computer Education 1970 amsterdam
Item DescriptionPart One -- Invited Papers; Part Two -- Education About Computers; Part Three -- Use of Computers in Education
Contents includes -- Computer education in the 1970's (Langefors); Computer Technology in Education, how to make it viable (CHarp); Some Aspects of Computer Technology (Gordon Pask); Computer Science and Mathematics (Preston Hammer); Informatics and computer education (Jean Arsac); Teaching Thinking (Seymour Papert); Mathematical Learning Models as Tools for Computer Assisted instruction (van der Veer); Computers & the Humanities;
Computer education - its impact on men and society (Fred Margulies); Expansion of BCS Computer Education Group (Jackson); The Glasgow Schools project (Miller & Tomasso); A Computer for Schools (Tinsley); Sections on Computer Education in Secondary Schools, Teacher Training; National Schemes for Computer Education and Governmental Responsibilities (Japan, Italy, Austria, USA, Canada, Britain, Scotland etc); The Place of Computer and Information Sciences in Higher Education;
Education (DP) Management - The NETT (Non-Electronic Teaching Toy) Computer - a basis for spreading 'Computeracy' (C J Tully); National and International Efforts to Develop Computer Education - Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Israel, Paraguay etc - A Training Programme in Electronic Computation in a Developing Country (Pardo); The Planning and Execution of Programs for Computer Specialists in Universities - time-sharing, etc;
A Decade of Computing at Woolwich Polytechnic and plans for the Seventies; Professional Training (Programmers and Systems Analysts, EDP etc) Strategies for Development & Presentation of Computer based Leanring Exercises; computer assisted instruction etc; Practice of Computer Based Learning; Languages for Education; Simulation - in the classroom; teaching sociological work; Genetic Experiments on a Computer (Honcariv and Vinar); much more.