2 edition of Hypercard for Educators found in the catalog.
Hypercard for Educators
by International Society for Technology in Educa
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||120|
The hypercard in last week’s post was made from a double-backed Bicycle® Rider Back card. Having a double-backed card isn’t necessary, but it makes the illusion more difficult to figure out. When learning how to make a hypercard, it’s easier to use a regular card. HyperCard. The "hype" about HyperCard reminds me of some of the things that we have heard over the years about Logo. To listen to the chatter, one would think that HyperCard is going to solve the problems of education, not to mention the problems of the world. .
There's now also a SmalltalkLanguage implementation developed by AlanKay called SqueakSmalltalk, which offers some similar but more advanced HC-like ally, I loved the idea but found the interface too complex. The class in Squeak that is meant to resemble a HyperCard stack is the BookMorph. You can make a new stack by dragging the Book from the Object Catalog or the Supplies . Clicking on the astronaut's thumbnail photo in the upper right of the frame opens a larger image/photo of the selected astronaut. BACKGROUND. In , a graphical digital database of astronaut biographies and photographs first appeared in a Macintosh HyperCard program known as .
HYPERCARD "WITHOUT THE HYPE" The ST's Zoomracks came first. by Elizabeth Metzger Armstrong. When Apple's new Hypercard won the spotlight during last summer's Macworld Expo in Boston, Apple called it the next big breakthrough in osh owners weren't the . HyperCard Template Randall Boone and Kyle Higgins Hypertext and hypermedia are relatively new terms for today's computer-using educators although the basic concept of non-sequential, computer-based text first was envisioned more than 40 years ago (Brackett, ) and Too/book (Asymetrix Corporation, ) are some of the products de-signed.
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This book and three accompanying floppy disks introduce HyperCard for the Macintosh microcomputer and its programming component, HyperTalk, to educators. The first four chapters introduce the basics of Hypercard for Educators book, including its structure, which is based on a hierarchy of units; the use of tools and graphics; and ways of linking information using HyperCard's built-in authoring : George H.
Culp, G. Morgan Watkins. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "For HyperCard and color tools"--Cover. "A Longwood professional book"--Cover. Description. Hypercard for Educators book book is the first of a two volume set.
This was done to accommodate our printing process. Click here to see Volume 2. Originally published inthis handbook to Hypercard remains the leading guide to this innovative programming language developed by Apple for the common computer user in an attempt to lower the barrier between what you want a computer to do, and how a computer really Cited by: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: iii, pages (loose-leaf): illustrations ; 28 cm: Responsibility: Glen Bull amd Judi Harris.
This guide is designed to introduce teachers and students to the use of the HyperTalk programming language in order to extend the power of HyperCard and to suggest ways to use HyperCard in conjunction with HyperTalk in an educational setting. It is noted that previous familiarity with the Macintosh interface, Home stack, and HyperCard at the authoring level are necessary for using this Cited by: 1.
hypercard, hypercard_stack, hypercard_stack-building-tools This stack is a reference guide to some of the hypertalk commands.
It provides usage examples and demonstrates some of them. Guests include Apple Fellow and Hypercard creator Bill Atkinson, Hypercard senior engineer Dan Winkler, author of "The Complete Hypercard Handbook" Danny Goodman, and Robert Stein, Publisher of Voyager Company.
Demonstrations include HypercardComplete Car Cost Guide, Focal Point, Laserstacks, and National Galllery of Art. An electronic book, also known as an e-book or eBook, is a book publication made available in digital form, consisting of text, images, or both, readable on the flat-panel display of computers or other electronic devices.
Although sometimes defined as "an electronic version of a printed book", some e-books exist without a printed equivalent. E-books can be read on dedicated e-reader devices. HyperCard is an application program and programming tool for Apple Macintosh and Apple IIGS computers, that is among the first successful hypermedia systems before the World Wide Web.
It combines database capabilities with a graphical, flexible, user-modifiable ing System: Mac. When HyperCard is given too much load to a dual-core G5 running OS I convert the scripts to revolution and execute them on the Linux server and return the result to my stacks via HyperHTTP XCMDs.
HyperCard is still the gears powering hundreds of millions of dollars annually at my company. The software erector set. CompileIt. Manual - This is a PDF of the manual to CompileIt!, a HyperCard stack that allows you to write HyperCard command plug-ins that access the Mac's system API and let you do everything any Mac programmer could do.; HyperTalk Reference - This is a PDF containing screen shots of most of the pages of the HyperTalk Reference stack that came with HyperCard On AugBill Atkinson announced a new product from Apple for the Macintosh; a multimedia, easily programmed system called HyperCard.
HyperCard brought into one sharp package the ability for a Macintosh to do interactive documents with calculation, sound, music and graphics. It was a popular package, and thousands of HyperCard “stacks” were created [ ]. Apple's lost decade, HyperCard, and what might NOT have been if Apple then was like Apple is today.
ZDNet's 20th anniversary: Thinking about those days gives me a headache. I can't say why Mr. Jobs hated HyperCard. It always helped sell Macs to educators in the same colleges and universities Mr. Jobs was trying to woo over to NexT.
The Macs were selling because of HyperCard to these educators, it was easier for a scientist to mess with HyperCard on a project than with NextStep. Still is easier to use HyperCard.2/5(). Danny Goodman is author of more than two dozen books on computing and internet technologies including The Complete HyperCard Handbook which claimed honors as the best selling Macintosh book and fastest selling computer book in history.
His articles on computing and consumer electronics have appeared in some of the most prestigious general. Why HyperCard Failed Friday, 16 August Let’s be clear up front. The Daring Fireball has always disliked HyperCard.
The reason is simple, and lies at the heart of why HyperCard ultimately failed: HyperCard stacks smell funny. Other articles where HyperCard is discussed: wiki: inspired in part by Apple’s HyperCard program, which allowed users to create virtual “card stacks” of information with a host of connections, or links, among the various cards.
HyperCard in turn drew upon an idea suggested by Vannevar Bush in his Atlantic Monthly article “As We May Think.”. The Macintosh point and click user interface offered a novel computer platform which made the SPACE EDUCATORS’ HANDBOOK possible. The idea was to collect existing NASA printed resources (text and graphics) and adapt them to the Macintosh.
Each MAC came. Exploring HyperCard Paperback – by Steven Anzovin (Author) › Visit Amazon's Steven Anzovin Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author.
Learn about Author Central. Steven Anzovin (Author) See all formats Author: Steven Anzovin. SPACE EDUCATORS' HANDBOOK FILES. REFERENCE, SEARCH, FIND AND HELPS RESOURCES.
Click here to access a vast collection of space education pdf files resident in the Space Educators' Handbook. For an AEROSPACE DICTIONARY, click here.
Click here for instructions on using the SPACE EDUCATORS' HANDBOOK in the classroom. Searching the entire contents of the Handbook. The HyperCard Legacy Over the last few years, we’ve seen many exciting projects that work in the spirit of HyperCard – projects that offer free and simple ways to create custom software tools.to use HyperCard to create my own anthology.
My first task was to determine the design of my software. I decided that, rather than create one huge file for all the poetry, I would use a separate stack for each poet.
This way, other educators could later add to, alter, or delete the entries in the anthology according to their own preferences.Here is a pretty easy guide to running a Hypercard stack on a recent Mac (eg.
running Mavericks, Mountain Lion, etc): Place the Hypercard stack you want to access somewhere within your user folder: eg. Documents, or Desktop. Download this zip file [95mb] containing the SheepShaver classic Mac emulator bundled with Mac OS 9 and Hypercard.