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Computers in Life Science Education, v6-9 1989-1992

This document consists of four years (40 issues) of a newsletter devoted to computers in life science education. Titles of major articles in this collection include: (1) Good Versus Bad Software: What Makes the Difference? (G. Kearsly); (2) Linkway: Hypermedia for IBM Personal Computers (L. Kheriaty); (3) Where's the Software: Parts 1-3 (4) Keeping Abreast of the Literature (5) Course of Action: CAI Software Tool for Macintosh Course Authors (R. Heath); (6) Microcomputer Workstations for Human Physiology Laboratories (J. Breckler); (7) A Comparison of Three Graphically Oriented Simulation Environments for the Macintosh (J. Mandel), (8) Hypertext Options for the Educational Software Developer (J. Frkonja); (9) Hypertext as an Authoring Environment (H. Modell); (10) Making 'Unsuitable' Software Suitable (H. Modell); (11) Constructing a Science Center in the Age of Hypermedia (M. Koltsky); (12) Biology Courseware for College Freshmen: The Sequel (C. Ralph); (13) Adapting MS-DOS Quickbasic Programs for the Macintosh (H. Modell); (14) Designing Protocols for Student Laboratories (H. Modell); (15) Where are the Videodiscs?; (16) Computer Programs for Memory Tests (I. Sipinkova and J. Zahumensky); and (16) Developing Simulations to Help Students Learn Renal Physiology (H. Modell). (PR)

Descriptors: Authoring Aids (Programming), Biological Sciences, Biology, College Science, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Software Reviews, Educational Media, High Schools, Higher Education, Hypermedia, Literature Reviews, Science Activities, Science Education, Science Experiments, Science Instruction, Videodisks

National Resource for Computers in Life Science Education (NRCLSE), P.O. Box 51187, Seattle, WA 98115-1187 ($45 for 4 issues).





Autor: Modell, Harold, Ed.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=11102&id=ED370762







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