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Teaching with Apple IIs

UNFORTUNATELY, the vast majority of schools still do not offer their students regular access to high-speed, 16-bit computers, let alone networked multimedia systems. But even when forced to instruct with the assistance of slower and less capable computers such as the Apple II series, educators are finding ways to turn relatively crude technologies into highly successful teaching tools.

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