Analysis of Integrated Learning Systems and Their Use in Adult Basic Education Programs in British Columbia (1994)

This project was designed to provide an independent descriptive analysis of six of the computer systems in use in Adult Basic Education programs in British Columbia. The systems are:

o Autoskill
o Computer Curriculum Coorporation (CCC)
o Jostens (INVEST)
o Pathfinder
o Principle of the Alphabet Literacy System (PALS)
o Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations (PLATO)

Collectively, the systems are found in colleges, school district adult learning centres and in a variety of community organizations.

The objectives of the project were to:

1. Complete a literature review of computer assisted learning systems in ABE programs;
2. Provide an analysis of the six computer systems in use in the province;
3. Survey the system users in the province and provide an analysis of their application of the systems;
4. Identify courseware available in terms of the ABE framework in the province; and,
5. Develop a framework for decision-making around the use of the six computer systems.

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1994-02-28
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Audrey M Thomas and Martin P. Buck. Analysis of Integrated Learning Systems and Their Use in Adult Basic Education Programs in British Columbia 1994. Web. 28 Oct. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/pat/anabc/anabc.pdf>
Audrey M Thomas & Martin P. Buck (1994). Analysis of Integrated Learning Systems and Their Use in Adult Basic Education Programs in British Columbia. Retrieved October 28, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/pat/anabc/anabc.pdf
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