Using authoring programs to construct software
Bartlett, Brendan. (1985). Using authoring programs to construct software. In Computers in the Language Classroom pp. 72 - 76 Australian Reading Association.
The PLATO authoring system, now available for several microcomputers, helps teachers who have little knowledge of programming to construct their own teaching software. Three different teaching models are described. Authoring systems are easy to use but there are limitations.
|Page range||72 - 76|
|Book title||Computers in the Language Classroom|
|Publisher||Australian Reading Association|
|Place of publication||Melbourne, Australia|
|Research Group||Institute for Learning Sciences and Teacher Education (ILSTE)|
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