Author Languages for CAL by Philip Barker (auth.)

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38 Author Languages for CAL (c) two or more nations at war with each other, (d) an author preparing a book for a student, and (e) a teacher talking to and observing the reactions of his/her class. (2) Distinguish between the syntax and the semantics of communication. How and why does human-human communication differ from humancomputer interaction? Why does communication via numbers, text, sound and pictures become progressively more difficult? 3. Can you extend either of the lists?

14. This figure also illustrated some of the relationships that existed between these different groups of people. 1 the various people who interact with courseware have been grouped into three primitive classes: the courseware production team; the student user population; and the instructor set. Each one of these categories of computer system user will require some form of linguistic interface in order to support its flow of information (or dialogue) with the computer. This chapter is primarily concerned with the basic nature of the software interfaces that exist to support a courseware fabrication dialogue between a computer system and those (either individuals or teams) involved in developing instructional resources for use within a CALjCBT environment.

Training material must be design led. That is, a list must be made of the educational objectives that are to be realised and a plan formulated of the ways in which they are to be achieved - using the available resources and within the confmes of any pre-specified budget restrictions. 7. Once a need for courseware has been identified the next stage involves formu· lating the requirements that this courseware must fulfil. Primarily, this involves specifying the instructional objectives that must be realised.

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