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It is this latter definition which is most appropriate for this chapter. Indeed, we shall be concerned only with the provision of (in most cases) outline descriptions of some of the many software systems that are available for the realisation of the second of Pogue's descriptions of the authoring process. There are three basic approaches to the preparation of courseware material for use in a CAL/CBT environment. Each involves a different level of language use. Together they provide courseware development facilities for people having a wide range of interests and backgrounds in programming.
Some form of assessment is involved in order to determine the effectiveness of the information transfer. 6. Depending upon the outcome of step (5), some revision of teaching strategy, material, mode of presentation, etc. is made, and (if possible) a return is made to step (4). Notice that in step 4 (information transfer) a channel of communication or medium is required to enable knowledge to be transferred from teachers to students. A variety of channels are currently used: books, lecture notes, video recordings, TV broadcasts, and so on.
As we shall see in the remaining sections of this chapter, two basic techniques are used. These involve either (1) the use of programming languages, and/or (2) the employment of author languages and/or author systems. 7 Using conventional programming languages The hardware associated with a computer system is controlled by software that is resident within its memory store. Software is the generic term used to describe one or more computer programs. A program is essentially a stored sequence of instructions that specify, in an unambiguous way, how the hardware elements of the computer are to function in any given situation.