Additional Resources

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES BY LIZA LOOP and the LO*OP Center

These resources-- made available by the Education Resources Information Center database-- were created by Liza Loop and her colleagues throughout the 1980s. Included are reports, pamphlets, and presentations of published papers that represent the ambitions and concerns of the computer learning in education movement.

Full-text PDFs are available by following the URLs below.

Carnoy, Martin and Liza Loop. “Computers and Education: Which Role for International Research?” Proceedings, Stanford/UNESCO Symposium, March 1986.

 

Loop, Liza and Paul Christensen. “Exploring the Microcomputer Learning Environment. Independent Research and Development Project Reports. Report #5.” Far West Lab for Educational Research and Development (San Francisco, California) (November 1980).

 

Loop, Liza and others. “ComputerTown. A Do It Yourself Community Computer Project.” People’s Computer Company (Menlo Park, California), sponsored by the National Science Foundation (1982).

 

Loop, Liza and Julia Anton. “Bringing Computers to the People.” Classroom Computer News vol. 3, no. 1 (September-October 1982): pages 29-30, 86.

 

Loop, Liza. “The New Information Technology and the Education of Hispanics. The Promise and the Dilemma. Policy Pamphlet Series No. 1.” Seminar proceedings, Tomas Rivera Center, 1986.

 

Loop, Liza. “Open Portal Schools: The Real Impact of Computer-Based Education.” Paper presentation, American Educational Research Association annual meeting, April 1987.

 

Loop, Liza. “Behold the Trojan Horse: Instructional vs. Productivity Computing in the Classroom.” Paper presentation, American Educational Research Association annual meeting, April 1987. (originally published in March 1985).