This publication is one of a collection of texts that has been produced within the NATO ASI F series - books published as a result of the activities of the special programme on advanced educational technology. Currently, the list of books in this series totals over 35. The present volume contains 37 papers that were contributed to the Advanced Study Institute (ASI) on Educational Technology held in Crete in the summer of 1992. The purpose of the Institute was to bring together lecturers and graduate students in order to investigate and discuss the psychological and educational foundations of technology-based learning environments, and to debate the implications of recent research findings in the area of cognitive science for the development of educational technology.
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