ANTIC Interview 173 – Ursula Wolz, early computing and education

Ursula Wolz, early computing and education

Ursula Wolz was thinking about computers and education in the early days of personal computing. She worked on Apple ][ games for Children’s Television Workshop, consulted for Atari Research on their endeavors in educational software, and taught Logo to some of the first students who learned it.

This interview took place on February 12, 2016

Teaser quote:

“It was one of the first games that was completely graphical … Because the kids using it might not be able to read the text, we did everything through gestures.”

Ursula’s site: https://sites.google.com/site/theimpatientcoder/

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