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IBM 1500

The IBM 1500 instructional system was introduced by IBM on March 31, 1966, and its primary purpose was to implement Computer Assisted Instruction… 
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1998
1998
This article describes the evolution of computer interface research issues from text-based interface design guidelines to more… 
1995
1995
The IBM 1500 Instructional System was the only commercial system produced by a single manufacturer that had an integrated student… 
1976
1976
The purpose of this Major Applied Research Project was to develop guidelines and recommendations for optimizing the utilization… 
Review
1973
Review
1973
Abstract : The goals of the study were to compare two instructional strategies for individualizing computer assisted instruction… 
1973
1973
The relative effectiveness of instruction presented over one versus two communication channels was investigated. Subjects were 36… 
1970
1970
Abstract : The report outlines the addition of a teleprocessing capability to an IBM 1500 system. As there was no cost effective… 
1970
1970
continued The components of the CMI logic included diagnostic testing, remediation, data collection, and record keeping. The CMI… 
1969
1969
Abstract : The Coursewriter 2 Function FCALC was designed for use on the IBM 1500 Instructional System. This function has three… 
1967
1967
The IBM 1500 Instructional System is an experimental system for computer-assisted instruction, designed to administer individual…