CONTENTS:- Preface 1. The Learning process. 2. "Traditional" methods of assisting the learning process. 3. The computer 4. Computer technology in Higher Education-coursware. 5. Matching Technology to learning. 6. Environmental considerations. 7. Massachusetts Survey: 1974.
In every home work exercise or experimental situation from which one learns, some amount of rote calculation, careful structuring of data, and the like are demanded of the student. These learning over head factors take time, thought and care, yet many of them are not a major part of the learning exercise. Certain learning mechanisms for the most part computers, have the ability to take most of this clerical work away from the student by prestored rules of calculation formatting, and available computation routines.