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Computer Future (Part II) #528936

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Feb 06, 1983
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(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

(Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) Role of computer in the classroom examined. [Dr. Sylvia CHARP, Thomas WOODWARD - argue computers' worth at this point.] [Jeremy WILMERDING - doesn't know anyone without a computer in their school.] [Dr. William WINGELL - recalls students' desire for computers.] Gap between computer accessibility for public and private schools noted. [CHARP - notes students' complaints about teachers.] [Richard SMITH - likes computer not talking back.] [WOODWARD - questions long-range impact of computers.] [Prof. Joseph WEIZENBAUM, Henry ALTSCHULER, Dr. Bernard SAGIK - debate impact of computers on human growth.] [Joanne HOLLOWAY, Abbot COOPER, Alyson READ - praise computers.]
REPORTER: Bob Abernethy

(Studio) Future segments announced.
REPORTER: Chris Wallace

Reporter(s):
Abernethy, Bob;
Wallace, Chris
Duration:
00:04:10

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