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PLATO V Terminal with plasma display 1981 (Programmed Logic for Automated Teaching Operations), PLATO I was ~1960 the first generalized computer assisted instruction system

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Original description: "The Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland PLATO V terminal showing RankTrek application" Image from April 1981


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