Managing the Complexity of Human/Machine Interaction in a Computer Based Learning Environment

Abstract : The title of this strand of the Symposium was ‘‘Mind and Machine’’. A title is never neutral. It simultaneously conceals and reveals. Why not choose ‘‘Brain and Machine’’, ‘‘Hand and Machine’’, ‘‘Body and Machine’’, ‘‘Human and Machine’’, ‘‘Mind and Tool’’, etc.? Choosing vocabulary is always a very important question.2 I will begin my reflection on this point: what are the main ideas shared by everybody (again the body. . .) about the relationships between ‘‘human’’ and ‘‘machines’’, and what are the main issues? On these issues, I will summarize my point of view and my choice of vocabulary.
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Luc Trouche. Managing the Complexity of Human/Machine Interaction in a Computer Based Learning Environment. Third Computer Algebra in Mathematics Education Symposium, IUFM de Reims, Jun 2003, Reims, France. ⟨hal-01565222⟩

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