The History Of eLearning Infographic 2012

The History Of eLearning Infographic 2012
Summary: Would you be interested to review the history of eLearning from the first “testing machine” (1924) to the “social online learning” (2010+)?

2012: The History Of eLearning Infographic

Let's have a look at the following the history of eLearning infographic.

In 1924, Ohio State University professor Sidney Pressey invented the “Automatic Teacher”, the first device in electronic learning. The “Automatic Teacher” was designed to let students drill and test themselves. However, this first try wasn’t successful.

In 1954, Harvard professor BF Skinner creates the “Teaching Machine” for use in schools. The teaching machine was a mechanical device whose purpose was to administer a curriculum of programmed instruction.

B.F Skinner. Teaching machine and programmed learningFrom B.F. Skinner experimental study of learning come devices which arrange optimal conditions for self-instruction: the Teaching Machines

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In 1960, PLATO – Programmed Logic for Automated Teaching Operations – was the first computer-based trainng (CBT) program. Originally, PLATO was built by the University of Illinois and functioned for four decades, offering coursework (elementary–university) to UIUC students, local schools, and other universities.

PLATO Learning System SoftwareOn June 3, 2010, the Computer History Museum hosted a 6-session conference on the PLATO learning system. Session 3 was entitled "PLATO Software: Driven by a Clear, Compelling Challenge."

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I highly encourage you to see The History of eLearning Infographic for the following year until 2010+ and Social Online Learning

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