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Thursday, May 13, 1971

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Page Nine

Dai7ly Computerized instruction
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Continuled from Page 8
(ContInued frotm Page 5)
next class session they are
NEW PEASANTS! Help faram the AA given a sheet of facts which are
Community Organic Garden at Gla- ha be written into a story, us-
cier Way ad Beal (N. Campus) 8-6
daily. DF9 ing what they learned in the
booklet.
OMNIBUS-Photagraplioc services. Daily
pick-up and delivery to campus area Once they have written the
Call 971-4663 for Mary or Fred. 7F10 story, they transfer it to punch
Michigan Daily BOX NO. 14-There Is cards which- are turned in to
a box in your box. 6F9 Bishop or type their stories di-
dYPNO-THERAPY-T help y____l e rectly into the computer by
weight and stop smoking. Douglas means of a regular teletype ter-
Beltz, 761-0440. CFte minal. The skills necessary for
using both the IBM keypunch
EUROPE $159 and the terminal are learned by
means of movies available from
SUMMER: DETROIT DEPARTURES the computer center, and af-
3 -5/3-6 6 Det/Ams/Det $159 ter a little experimentation, most
4 5/16-S/ Det/Ams/Det $69 students can operate the ma-
Sa 6/20-7/23 Det/Amst/Lon Det $219 chines with little or no help.
6 6/25-8/29 Det/Ams/Det $209 Once the computer has re-
6a 6/26-8/27 Det/LoB/Det $209
7 7/1-8/15 Det/Ams/Det $209 ceived the story, by either means,
8 8/1-9/2 Det/Ams/Det $219 it runs it against either a general
SUMMER: NEW YORK DEPARTURES style program or one written
9 5/27-6/24 NY/Lon/NY $199 specifically for the story. Hav-
9a 6/9-8/14 NY/Lon/Ama/Det $209 ing done that, it prints out
10 7/12-8/1 NY/Ams/NY $209 comments dealing with such
11 7/8-9/5 NY/Ams/NY $209 things as sentence length, or-
WORLD WIDE CHARTER dering of facts, simple gram-
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At the end, it prints, "I may
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pare your version with the mi-
meographed stories done by
other students."
"The common program we run
now has a possibility of 15 com-
ments on a paper," Bishop says.
"And I never used as many as
15." While most stories are run
with a specific program, Bishop
has also helped to develop a
"General Stylistic" program,
which can provide, limtied sorts
of general comments on any
sort of story.
The first day of class, Bishop
warns everyone that it is a
computer course and encour-
ages anyone to change sections
if he or she wishes. A few us-
ually do, and while the surviv-
ors are usually just as wary, "re-
sistance breaks down after the
first couple of weeks," he asys.
"After that, they seem to like it
better than traditional methods."
As the semester progresses,
however, less reliance is made
on the computer, largely be-
cause greater variety and com-
plexity in the classwork makes
computer use largely impracti-
cal. However, the benefits of
the computer are not lost, Bis-
hop says. "Years ago, 20 per
cent of the students who passed
I wouldn't recommend for news-
paper jobs. Now it's ten per
cent, or less."

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