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Educational Technology

1974 Volume 14, Number 5

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 16

  1. Information Mapping: New Tool to Overcome the Paper Mountain

    Robert E. Horn

    A discussion of Information Mapping, which is defined as a system of principles and procedures for categorizing, writing, interrelating and sequencing and presenting graphically information... More

    pp. 5-8

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  2. Future United States Educational Broadcast Satellite Experiments: The Appalachian Region Experiment

    Kenneth A. Polcyn

    pp. 8-12

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  3. Toward an Adaptive Learner-Controlled Model of Instruction: A Place for the New Cognitive Aptitudes

    Richard C. Boutwell & Grant E. Barton

    pp. 13-18

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  4. An Applied Model for Project Evaluation Within Large School Systems

    James P. Papay & Robert J. Costello

    pp. 19-23

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  5. Occupational Testing: Advances in Ontario

    Douglas Cooper

    A look at Ontario, Canada's, testing program for establishing standards in apprenticeship training. (HB) More

    pp. 24-26

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  6. Instruction and the Structure of Content

    Tom E. Lawson

    A look at the two dimensions of the structure of content for instructional purposes: 1) psychological; and, 2) logical. (HB) More

    pp. 27-28

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  7. Selecting CAI Author Languages to Solve Instructional Problems

    G H. Roid

    Article discusses what constitutes a good statement of an instructional problem. Then, applications of computers and author languages are discussed in relation to several examples of instructional ... More

    pp. 29-31

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  8. Testing Management Performance Objectives: A Sample Criterion Test

    Clarence C. Jeter

    A multimedia test developed in the Criminal Investigator Supervisor's block of the Officer Advanced Course at the U.S. Army Military Police School for the 1972 sessions. (Author) More

    pp. 31-33

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  9. The Introduction of Programing to Prospective Authors of CAI Programs

    Abraham Waksman

    A discussion of the problems of initiating teachers to computer assisted instruction, in particular programing languages. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 33-34

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  10. Distinguishing Among Systems Analysis; System Analysis, and Problem Analysis

    Edwin A. Read

    pp. 35-39

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  11. A Prototypic Management Information System for Systemic Educational Renewal at the Local School District Level

    Eddy J. Van Meter

    pp. 40-43

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  12. A Computer Program to Provide Instant Help in Salary Negotiations

    Dennis W. Spuck & Donald N. McIsaac

    A look at a new computer procedure recently developed at Wisconsin Information System for Education (WISE), which holds potential for substantially reducing the amount of time spent in salary... More

    pp. 44-45

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  13. LIARS: Filing Your Papers and Articles on Educational Technology

    Danny G. Langdon

    Article reports on a system for filing and accessing a personal collection of papers on educational technology. (Author) More

    pp. 46-49

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  14. The Impact of Computers on Undergraduate Chemical Education

    Samuel J. Castleberry

    Using a specific course as an example, article presents a general approach to curriculum design, the computer techniques employed, the results obtained and the changes and adaptations which might... More

    pp. 50-54

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  15. An Evaluation of Computer Based Dialogues for the Instruction of Physics Teachers

    John D. Miller

    Article concerns preliminary research into teacher reactions and attitudes concerning COMBASI in two distinct instructional settings. (Author) More

    pp. 54-60

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  16. The Use of the Computer in a Classroom Management System: An Intermediate Approach

    William C. Low & Harvey B. Black

    pp. 60-61

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