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Recording of the session titled "Systems and peripherals for education" held at the Fourth West Coast Computer Faire in San Francisco. The following papers were presented: "Voice synthesis for early elementary computer-assisted instruction," presented by William M. Dunklau. "Adding low cast audio to your micro for CAI," presented by Edward K. Crossman. "Networking with several TRS-80's in schools: extending your resources on a shoestring," presented by Melvin L. Zeddies.
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