ICTE Oslo 1997 will feature several special non-technical sessions on the JAVA language and its promise for education.
JAVA is a new computer programming language that is uniquely compatible with web browsers, the Internet, intranets, and that promises the unique capability of interoperability or cross-platform operation of software programs for a variety of computer systems.
|What are the implications of JAVA for education? |
|How can an educational system encourage and support the development of JAVA software
applications for education? |
|Will JAVA become a language standard that operates across various computer systems, or
will JAVA develop into different dialects and variations that compromise its promise of
|What plans for JAVA does Sun Microsystems, the company what developed JAVA, have for the future of this language?|
ICTE Oslo 1997 will focus on non-technical overviews of JAVA by industry authorities who will explore these and other areas of potential for JAVA-based software in education.
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