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Recording of the session titled "Low-Cost computing for education" held at the fifth West Coast Computer Faire in San Francisco. The following papers were presented at this session: "How to produce random access videotapes, videodiscs and other interlligent wonders with your microcomuter," presented by Robert V. Whitney. "Lesson design in pilot," Robert N. Watkins. "An apple for the teacher - a graphic CAI authoring system," presented by Ted Perry. "CAI: A different way," presented by Jeff Levinsky Saturday, 1:00
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