part of IFIP World Congress 2004
John Impagliazzo, John A. N. Lee (Eds.):
History of Computing in Education, IFIP 18th World Computer Congress, TC3 / TC9 1st Conference on the History of Computing in Education, 22-27 August 2004, Toulouse, France.
Kluwer 2004, ISBN 1-4020-8135-9 BibTeX
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- John A. N. Lee:
History of computing in education: An Overview.
- Wolfgang Coy:
The contest of faculties: Cybernetics vs. Informatik in German Universities.
- Andrew E. Fluck:
Government sponsored open source software for school education.
- Colin T. Schmidt, Philippe Cottier, Christophe Choquet:
Learning with the artificial sciences.
- T. William Olle:
Eight significant events in the 50 year history of computing.
- Franci Pivec, Vladislav Rajkovic, Andrej Jus:
Technology leading to historic changes: The Beginnings of Computer Education in Slovenia.
- Anthony Jones, Anne McDougall, John Murnane:
What did we think we were doing? Reflections on the History of Educational Computing in Victoria, Australia.
- Jordi Castells i Prims, Ferran Ruiz i Tarragó:
ICT in Catalan schools: A Look at its Foundations and Early Developments.
- Arthur Tatnall, Bill Davey:
Streams in the history of computer education in Australia: An Overview of School and University Computer Education.
- Rakesh Mohan Bhatt:
Growth of computing technology for education in India.
- Jennifer Davies:
Computing and education in the UK: The First Twenty Years.
- Anthony J. Jones:
Is it legal yet? Social Issues in Computing and Teacher Education in Australia.
- Scott Hollier, Iain Murray:
The evolution of e-inclusion: Technology in Education for the Vision Impaired.
- Anneli Heimbürger, Jari Multisilta:
On the era of educational hypermedia computing: From Simple Links to More Complex Structures.
- Hajime Ohiwa:
Keyboard training in an information oriented society.
- Mary E. Hopper:
Studying educational computing projects: Challenges and Opportunities.
- John Impagliazzo, John A. N. Lee:
Using computing history to enhance teaching.
- Meir Komar:
The evolution of the CS teacher in Israel (Abstract).
- Teodora Ivanova Bakardjieva, Boyka Gradinarova:
Application of software agents in information retrieval in virtual learning system in Bulgaria (Poster abstract).