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John Impagliazzo, John A. N. Lee
Springer, 2004 - 178 pages
While there are numerous accounts of the overall history of computing,the subject of computers in education is relatively undocumented. This collection of papers tries to redress that lack. The contributors describe disparate instances of how computers have been used in an educational context. Also, another attraction of the book is that these cases are not confined to one country. Examples hail from Australia, Spain, UK and other places.
Overall, there is no connection between different chapters, other than the book's title. There is no flow-on between chapters. Think of this as being like a conference proceedings, perhaps.