This volume contains a selection of the best papers from the Computer Assisted Learning 1995 Symposium. The theme of the proceedings, Learning to Succeed, draws upon the experience of the widespread use of the microcomputer in education over the past decade in order to assess the use in the new millennium. It attempts to answer such questions as what will the future look like and what lessons can we draw upon from the past to guide us?
Selected papers: Evaluating CAL at the Open University: 15 years on (A. Jones et al.). Structured learning in a virtual environment (T. Boyle et al.). The use of computers to support learning in children with emotional and behavioural difficulties (A. Jones). A scenario design tool for helping students learn mechanics (Yibing Li et al.). Education 2000: implications of W3 technology (I. Neilson et al.). Mangaging technological change in education--what lessons can we all learn? (R. Scott, B. Robinson). Managing models of collaborative learning (J.R. Hartley). Author Index. Subject Index.