11
Jan

A Curriculum for Cybernetics and Systems Theory

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in cybernetics

Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

“This is a list, with reviews of suggested books, periodicals, television shows and computer programs for a classroom curriculum or individual study in cybernetics and systems theory.  It does not (yet) include a course plan a glossary, or extended biliograpy.  [Alan B Scrivener] was asked to write this by some teachers who received a copy of class notes [ABS] prepared for a course in 'Understanding Whole Systems' sixteen years ago at the University of Calafornia at Santa Cruz.  They asked how [he] would revise it based on what [he] know[s] today.  This
document answers that question.”

First Draft © 1 March 1990 / Second draft © 22 August 2002 by Alan Shrivner

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