PLATO III Student Terminal | University of Illinois Archives
Photograph of a user seated at a monitor and keyboard comprising a student terminal of the PLATO III educational computer system.
From the caption:
"This PLATO III student terminal is being used to display the population growth curve for given birth and death rates. The PLATO System of the Computer-based Education Research Laboratory has been programmed to teach subjects ranging from nursing to elementary school mathematics. Remote student terminals are connected to the central computer by wide-band telephone lines and can be located wherever the instruction is to be given."
Found in RS 11/15/10, Box 2, Folder PLATO (Plasma Display), 1961-70s
Original print is 25.5 x 20.4 cm
PLATO (Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations)