From: whatis@wookumz.gnu.ai.mit.edu (....What Is?....)
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Subject: Re: study tech -> computer courses
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Date: 28 Jul 91 06:40:04 GMT
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In article <1991Jul26.001503.30404@slate.mines.colorado.edu> bware@slate.mines.colorado.edu (Ware Bob) writes: >Are any other scientologists applying "Basic Study Manual" technology >to computer lab courses? If so, I would like to hear what you are >doing (via email).

Hah! Are you kidding? I tried to apply my BSM material to my computer courses and hit up against the fact that there is usually no glossary, you are often expected to determine the meaning of words by context, etc.

The only computer book that looked like it was written with Study Tech in mind is "Object Oriented Software Construction" by Bertrand Meyers. That's the Eiffel book, for those who didn't know.

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