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Fri Mar 21 17:13:41 2014 UTClccn-n800245490.00Seminar series,0.451.00The limits of computer literacy /66471927Seymour_Papertn 80024549406848Papert, S. (Seymour)Papert, S. (Seymour), 1928-Papert, Seymour A.Peĭpert, SeĭmurPejpert, S.Пейперт, Сеймурパパート, Slccn-n50032614Minsky, Marvin Lee1927-lccn-n81068690McNaughton, Robertlccn-n91013777Harel, Iditedtlccn-n92047214Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyEpistemology & Learning Research Grouplccn-n81118933Voyat, Gilbertlccn-n89638238Cellérier, Guylccn-n90710667Vassallo-Villaneau, Rose-Marietrllccn-n84029629Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyArtificial Intelligence Laboratorynp-steinke, gabrielaSteinke, Gabrielaviaf-92327931Otte, MichaelPapert, SeymourComputer-assisted instructionMathematics--Computer-assisted instructionEducation--Data processingPerceptronsMachine learningGeometry--Data processingParallel processing (Electronic computers)PerceptionComputers and childrenComputers--Social aspectsSequential machine theoryCognitionHuman information processingCyberneticsArtificial intelligenceLOGO (Computer program language)LearningNumber conceptDevelopmental psychologyEducational technologyPapert, SeymourNumber theoryCognition in childrenElectronic data processing--Study and teachingLanguage arts (Preschool)Language acquisitionArmer, PaulMinsky, Marvin Lee,Fourth grade (Education)Weizenbaum, JosephComputer literacyWalker, DonaldAndree, Richard V.--(Richard Vernon),Komoski, P. KennethPatrick, Robert L.,Simon, Herbert A.--(Herbert Alexander),Defense contractsGruenberger, Fred,Shapiro, Neil LRochester, NathanielMcCracken, Daniel DO'Brien, PeggyLOGO (Computer program language)--Study and teachingSnyder, TomWhite, Robert B.--(Robert Bruce),Nilsson, Nils J.,Swanson, RobertBemer, R. WEvans, David JRosen, Charles192819521960196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200220032005200620087160145414372.7QA20.C65ocn757000019ocn299435383ocn748985034ocn856596021ocn185541730ocn753688072221837ocn006144549book19800.32Papert, SeymourMindstorms : children, computers, and powerful ideas+-+1921950195154826ocn027264650book19920.31Papert, SeymourThe children's machine: rethinking school in the age of the computer+-+1815650195130043ocn016924756book19690.63Minsky, Marvin LeePerceptrons : an introduction to computational geometryComputing Methodologies -- Artificial Intelligence+-+86668171754098ocn035691234book19960.25Papert, SeymourThe connected family : bridging the digital generation gap+-+808870810635511ocn000215165book19710.76McNaughton, RobertCounter-free automata2459ocn023213219book19910.79Constructionism : research reports and essays, 1985-199015712ocn019298220book19810.63Papert, SeymourJaillissement de l'esprit : ordinateurs et apprentissageL'auteur, mathématicien et disciple de Piaget, traite de l'ordinateur et de ses utilisations pédagogiques en vue d'amener l'enfant à apprendre à programmer. Une insistance est faite par rapport aux mathématiques: apprentissage et utilisation1545ocn001044911book19720.86Minsky, Marvin LeeArtificial intelligence15112ocn014484727book19680.84Cellerier, GuyCybernétique et épistémologie, par Guy Cellérier, Seymour Papert et Gilbert Voyat792ocn075527237book19940.37Papert, SeymourRevolution des Lernens : Kinder, Computer, Schule in einer digitalen Welt462ocn080113794book19820.37Papert, SeymourMindstorms : Kinder, Computer und neues Lernen2510ocn009821722book19810.37Papert, SeymourDesafío a la mente : computadoras y educación216ocn029291829visu19830.73Talking turtleLooks at computers in the classroom through the eyes of MIT's Seymour Papert, inventor of the computer language LOGO and father of the Turtle - a computerized robot that crawls on the floor and communicates in a versatile language even five-year-olds can learn181ocn060087299book19800.15Papert, SeymourMindstorms173ocn061002893book19140.53Gréco, PierreProblèmes de la construction du nombre167ocn063243483book19620.66Taylor, James GardenThe behavioral basis of perception151ocn063934943book19840.29Papert, SeymourComputers en kinderenAchtergronden en doelen van de voor het onderwijs bedoelde computertaal Logo156ocn612036054book19960.29Papert, SeymourDie vernetzte Familie Kinder und ComputerSCHLAGWÖRTER<S>: Generationen<S>. Technologie<S>. Lernen<S>. Werte<S>+-+8088708106155ocn001189433book19710.76Papert, SeymourTeaching children thinking154ocn001187629book19710.76Papert, SeymourTwenty things to do with a computer21ocn223369980book19881.00Kwan, HowardThe limits of computer literacy21ocn222821663visu19920.92Learning about learning, an interview with Seymour Papert11ocn063288400mix1.00Rand SymposiumRand Symposium recordsHistoryConference proceedingsSourcesContains transcripts from each of the eighteen symposia. The collection includes a synopsis of the first symposium, verbatim and edited transcripts of the second through eleventh Rand Symposia edited by Fred Gruenberger. The synopsis of the first symposium and the transcripts of the second through eighth symposia are in bound volumes while the transcripts for the ninth through eighteenth symposia are foldered11ocn222126053book19970.47Thompson, Mark MilburnPapert's premise : an epistemological revolution on the verge of realisation11ocn729576365book19910.47Chan, Hau WingA framework for examining Papert's claims for LogoCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn063309573mix1.00Winston, Patrick HenryOral history interview with Patrick Henry WinstonWinston focuses on his work in computer science and artificial intelligence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and funding of projects through the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). Winston discusses: computer science and artificial intelligence research, the work of Marvin Minsky and Seymour Papert, the Laboratory for Computer Science and the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory at MIT, his own work in the AI Lab, the programming language FRL, and the changes in DARPA support over time, and the influence of DARPA support on project design11ocn515970445mix0.47McCorduck, PamelaThe Pamela McCorduck collectionHistoryInterviewsThe Pamela McCorduck Collection is housed in three archival boxes and arranged in three series. The series designated are Project Materials; Transcripts, Research and Related Materials; and Audio Cassettes- Oral History Interviews. The collection includes correspondence, interview transcripts, articles and other published and unpublished documents, and audio tape cassettes. The collection is made up primarily of interview transcripts and related research materials in the form of articles provided to McCorduck by the interviewee. The remaining bulk of the collection is the audio cassettes of the actual interviews. The remaining material relates to the artificial intelligence oral history project as a whole. Please note that the transcripts and any related materials for the Allen Newell interviews are part of the Allen Newell Collection, a collection of digitized material from the Newell Collection. Access to the Allen Newell Collection is through http://diva.library.cmu.edu/Newell/. The interview transcripts (5) and related material can be found by searching under the term "Pamela McCorduck project." The transcripts are not available in the Pamela McCorduck Collection11ocn122510513mix19860.47Mann, Charles KelloggThe powersharing series: people, computers and you, :11ocn221605423book19870.92Heller, Rachelle SThe effect of MECC and Papert teaching styles on the level of LOGO learning and the conceptual tempo of fourth grade students01ocn122408640bookMassachusetts Institute of TechnologySeminar seriesThe collection consists of audiocassette copies of forum sessions held approximately biweekly. Topics covered include developments in communications technology, the economics of the telecommunications market, use of media and its effects, the regulation of communications industries in the United States and abroad, defense communications, and the theory of communications processes. Speakers included MIT faculty members from various departments representing a multiplicity of disciplines; faculty from other colleges and universities; and members of government, business, industry, and the media+-+1815650195+-+1815650195Fri Mar 21 15:18:56 EDT 2014batch22087