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Thursday
Apr182013

Learning tools over the years

Here’s an interesting infographic which looks at how the technology used in the classroom has changed over the years (or remained pretty much the same!). The only one of the “outdated instruments” I never used was a slide rule! How many of these do you remember? And please don’t send me messages along the lines of “Before my time, Terry.” I feel ancient enough when I look at things like this already!  The infographic includes the history of Computer Science.

[Via: Colorado Technical University online learning]

You can view the original at Coloarado Technical University.

Other useful resources

Richard Millwood's National Archive of Educational Computing

Computer History Museum

The UK Computing Museum

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