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World Conference on Computers in Education VI
ABS1RACT In this paper we explore the barriers which currently exist to the successful integration of computer based materials into everyday teaching and learning. These barriers are both technological and cultural. We argue that a major shift in educational practice will not take place until we change the whole philosophy of the culture of production of computer based learning materials to that of a resource based approach. Such material should be integrated with, rather than isolated from,doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34844-5_59 dblp:conf/wcce/HallHW95 fatcat:in3ao44urbd2hn2ntxuf36odfy