CAL and videodisc for lecturers and technophobes*
AbstractGood computer software lets a novice produce results quickly. The "Q" Instruction package was conceived at Adelaide University as a means to allow teachers without programming experience to generate Computer Assisted Learning (CAL) materials, or even allow lecturers to delegate this chore to their secretaries. It has keen a successful approach and found ready application at TAFE and CAE campuses as well as Universities. The "Q" instruction package which we have developed is now published Internationally by Elsevier-Biosoft (Cambridge UK).
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