Computer aided instructional course authoring: an examination of the pre-release version of Maestro in developing a course in nautical rules of the road
Crabbe, Clark W.
Sivasankaran, Taracad R.
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This thesis examines computer aided instructional course authoring using the Maestro system. A test course was written using International Rules of the Road as the course content; some comparisons are made with M.1 as a system; recommendations for continued study using Video Disk equipment as a storage medium are made.
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