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4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Management of learning Testing Tutoring Exercising Use of a computer as a calculator Use of a computer as a laboratory Use of a computer for producing teaching materials Dissemination of material Archival of material Medium of expression CAL modes 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Problem solving Drill and practice Inquiry mode Simulation Gaming Tutorial mode Dialogue mode Depending upon the relative degree of involvement by the learner, two basic types of CAL can be identified. Passive CAL (as might be used in a computerassisted lecture) involves the use of the computer as a learning/teaching aid but there is no direct involvement by the student.
13. In this diagram the software tools are represented by ellipses and the software items that they produce/ process are denoted by rectangles. 4), the text editor provides the means whereby a source program can be created (as a fIle) within the computer's fIle store. The editor also allows subsequent changes to the program to be made. The source program created by the editor is next translated by the compiler into an intermediate machine code representation known as an object program. Prior to the translation the user may specify various options that control the way in which the compiler operates.
A major part of this (the implementation phase) will involve the creation of computer programs. As we shall see in the remaining sections of this chapter, two basic techniques are used. These involve either (1) the use of programming languages, and/or (2) the employment of author languages and/or author systems. 7 Using conventional programming languages The hardware associated with a computer system is controlled by software that is resident within its memory store. Software is the generic term used to describe one or more computer programs.