W H Freeman & Co, San Francisco, CA 1961, 14 pages, triple column text, photographs.
Condition: Good to very good overall, 8.5x11 paper stapled wraps, rubberstamps of college library on upper front cover corner and lower lefthand cover, as well as some internal stamps. Stapled binding is secure but edges and spine show some wear. Interior pages clean.
Categories: 1960's computers and computing, Computer Science, Cybernetics, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Ephemera, Odd Stuff and Miscellaneous, Hardware, Human-Computer Interaction, Word Processing, Data Processing
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Item DescriptionScientific American magazine, reprinted 1961. Teaching Machines - These devices introduce a basically new element into pedagogy. The essence of their operation is that they enable the studen to learn in small but rigorous steps, each of which is rewarding.
Includes photographs and diagrams.