Computer-Aided Instruction In The Medical Center


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Abstract

Computer-Aided Instruction (CAI) in a Medical Center is discussed and examples are presented for electrical safety and respiratory therapy. A computer program is given in the BASIC language for the DEC PDP 11/23, 34 and 44. The program can be executed in interpreted or compiled BASIC on a general purpose, time-shared computer. The program provides dynamic branching of CRT screen displays to present to the student a sequence of questions. Each test is structured to the student's response by branching ahead or behind in the sequence of questions as specified by the instructor.

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