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    AUTHOR Petrushin, V., Ed.; Dovgiallo, A., Ed. TITLE Computer Technologies in Education. Proceedinga of

    the International Conference on Computer Technologies in Education (Kiev, Ukraine, September 14-17, 1993).

    PUB DATE 93 NOTE 217p. PUB TYPE Collected Works Conference Proceedings (021)

    EDRS PRICE MF01/PC09 Plus Postage. DESCRIPTORS Artificial Intelligence; *Computer Assisted

    Instruction; Computer Literacy; Computer Simulation; Distance Education; Educational Media; *Educational Technology; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Higher Education; Hypermedia; *Information Technology; Learning Processes; Models; Multimedia Instruction; Programming

    IDENTIFIERS Intelligent Tutoring Systems; Knowledge Representation; Multimedia Materials; Ukraine; United States

    ABSTRACT The conference reported in this document provides a

    meeting place for researchers from around the world, where the emphasis is on new ideas connected to computer technologies in education. This volume contains 140 extended abstracts selected by the program committee and organized into the following categories: (1) educational informational technologies (14 titles); (2) multimedia and hypermedia learning environments (24 titles); (3)

    distance learning (14 titles); (4) knowledge-based systems in

    education (23 titles); (3) intelligent tutoring systems and their

    components (19 titles); (6) student modelling (10 titles); (7)

    simulation environments and teaching science (15 titles); (8) teaching languages and humanities (7 titles); and (9) teaching programming (14 titles). The articles have been prepared by and are of interest to researchers in artificial intelligence, cognitive science, and education; computer scientists and information technologists; teachers, educationalists, and psychologists; and anyone else concerned with educational innovations. (JLB)

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    Computer Technologies in Education

    Proceedings of the International Conference on Computer Technologies in Education (ICCTE'93) Kiev, Ukraine, September 14.-17, 1993

    Kiev 1993

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    Preface

    The International Conference on Computer Technologies in Education (ICCTE'93) is the first conference to be held in this series in Ukraine under UNESCO/IIP aegis. It is meeting place for researchers and the emphasis is on new ideas and reflection of experiments connected to five main directions in Computer Technologies in Education:

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    Educational Informational Technologies.

    Multimedia and Hypermedia Learning Environment.

    Distant Learning.

    Knowledge-based Systems in Education.

    Intelligent Tutoring Systems and their Components.

    and to four application aspects:

    Student Modelling

    Simulation Environments and Teaching Science

    Teaching Linguages and,Humanities

    Teaching Programming.

    The Program Committee includes members from 13 countries. Contribution were received from 21 countries. The proceedings volume contains 140 extended abstracts selected by the Pro- gram Committee from 160 extended abstracts submitted and classified into five directions and four application aspects mentioned above. The articles have been prepared by and (we suppose) will be of interest to:

    Researchers in artificial intelligence, cognitive science and education.

    Computer scientists and information technologists.

    Teachers and educationalists, psychologists.

    Anyone else concerned with educational innovations.

    We would like to thank all the members of the Program Committee and other persons who participated in the reviewing and editing processes. The Conference is supported by several organizations. We arc thankful to the following organizations:

    Glushkov Institute for Cybernetics

    International Center for Scientific and Technical Information

    Internatitanal Informatics Research and Training Center HP/UNESCO

    State Innovate Firm "INTRATECH"

    Kiev September 1993

    A. Dovgiallo V. Petrushin

  • GENERAL CHAIR:

    Vladimir I. Gritsenko, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    PROGRAM COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS:

    David Jonassen, University of Colorado, Denver, USA

    Alexey Dovgyallo, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    CONFERENCE ORGANIZING BOARD:

    Valery Petrushin, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    Peter Brusilovsky, ICSTI, Moscow, Russia

    Piet Kommers, University of Twente, Enschede, the Netherlands

    David Jonassen, University of Colorado, Denver, USA

    Jury Mohyla, Flinders University, Adelaida, Australia

    PROGRAM COMMITTEE:

    Lesley Alisson (UK)

    KSR Anjanejuly (India)

    Philip Barker (UK)

    Peter Brusilovsky (Russia)

    Sergey Christochevsky (Russia)

    Pierre Dillenbourg (Swiss)

    Tom Duffy (USA)

    Victor Gladun (Ukraine)

    Vladimir Goodkovsky (Russia)

    Joel Greenberg (UK)

    Peter Holt (Canada)

    Heinz-Ulrich Hoppe (Germany)

    Greg Kearsley (USA)

    Piet Kommers (the Netherlands)

    Vladimir Marik (Czech Republic)

    Ray McAleese (UK)

    Jury Mohyla (Australia)

    Jef Moonen (the Netherlands)

    Valery Petrushin (Ukraine)

    Romi Romisovsky (USA)

    Luigi Sarti (Italy)

    Vadim Stefanuk (Russia)

    Ivan Tomek (Canada)

    Julita Vassileva (Bulgaria)

    Radboud Winkels (the Netherlands)

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  • LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE

    Olga Romanovich, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    Katherine Sinitsa, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    Yury Tsybenko, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    Olga Karupu, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    Sergey Adrianov, Institute for Cybernetics, Kiev, Ukraine

    SUBMITTED PAPERS REPARTITION

    Australia 5

    Azerbaijan 3

    Belorus 3

    Bulgaria 6

    Estonia 1

    Fra nce 7

    Hong Kong 1

    Israel 4

    Italy 1

    Japan 3

    Lithuania 1

    Moldova 4

    The Netherlands I

    Russia 47

    Slovakia I

    Spain 2

    Sweden 1

    UK 1 I

    Ukraine 52

    USA 4

    Uzbekistan 1

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  • VI

    Table of Contents

    Educational Information Technologies

    G.N. Aleksandrov (Russia) Associative Systems in the Intelligent Tutoring Programs

    K. Baker (UK) The Implementation of Educational.Information Technology Across an Institution: a Case Study at the University of Glasgow 2

    F.I. Balandin (Ukraine) The Peculiarities of Computer-aided Instruction Intelligent Programs 3

    M. Barak (Israel) Integrating Hypertext, Simulation and Computer Interfaced Systems in Technology Education 4

    V.I.Gritsenko, A.M.Dovgyallo (Ukraine) Intelligence in Educational Computing: the Impact to Ukrainian Information Program 5

    D. Hlynka (Canada) A Postmodern Theory Base for New Information Technologies 6

    T.N. Kameneva (Ukraine) The Training System of Using the Different Means United by the Technological Line 8

    Ivan Kulchitski (Ukraine) Creating and Using Computer Technologies of Learning at Lviv University 10

    N. Lucke (UK) The Development of Computer Hardware and Software Use in British Education 11

    A.V. Mogilyov (Russia) Laws of Learning as the Computer Based Teaching Problem 12

    J. Mohyla (Australia) Pedagogy with Hypermedia 13

    E.N. Paskhin (Russian) The Framework of the Pedagogical Informatics 16

    E.D. Patarakin, L.L. Travina Reconstructionism: Is it the new branch of Constructionism? 17

    D. Persico, L.Sarti (Italy) Reusability Services in the Courseware Authoring Process 18

    Multimedia and Hypermedia Learning Environments

    Ph. Barker, A. Banerji, Ch. Lamont and S.Richards (UK) Digital Video in a PC Environment

    Brailsford; S.C. Scarborough; P.M.C. Davies & B.M. Hurst. (UK) The Scholar's Desktop : a Universal Learning Support Enviromnent.

    P. Brusilovsky, M. Zyryanov (Russia) Towards an Integration of Emerging Educational Technologies

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  • VII

    S. Christochevsky (Russia) New objective: Multimedia in Education 24

    J.-M. Le Dizes, Ph. Couchat, C. Marc (France) PROTEE : A Knowledge-Based System to Assist in Modelling and Teaching Vegetal Biology 26

    J.-M. Le Dizes, A.