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Educational Technology

1977 Volume 17, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 12

  1. Transactional Evaluation and the Improvement of Instruction

    Robert M. Rippey

    Urges the use of transactional evaluation to examine discrepancies between individual needs and institutional roles in planning educational change. (DAG) More

    pp. 7-11

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  2. Instructional Design and Development: Accelerating the Process

    Robert L. Brien & Nelson J. Towle

    Examines some factors which may threaten the use of instructional technology in specialized subject areas and suggests procedures to reduce cost and time in producing instructional systems. (Author) More

    pp. 12-17

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  3. Assessing and Facilitating the Implementation of Innovations: A New Approach

    Susan F. Loucks & Gene E. Hall

    Represents and assesses critical dimensions of individual innovation adopters and proposes use in a school setting. (Author) More

    pp. 18-21

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  4. Individualized Instruction: The Promise, Requisites and Alternatives

    M Nawaz & S A. Tanveer

    pp. 22-25

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  5. Determining Costs of Educational Technology: An Exploratory Review and Analysis

    Stanley P. Heath & Donald C. Orlich

    pp. 26-33

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  6. Determining the Cost-Effectiveness of Instructional Technology

    David A. Gallup

    pp. 34-37

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  7. Designing Simulation/Gaming Activities: A Systems Approach

    Francis D. Atkinson

    pp. 38-43

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  8. The Who-What-How Model of Instructional Development

    Greg P. Kearsley

    Urges the explicit recognition of boundary conditions in instructional development. (DAG) More

    pp. 44-46

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  9. Ways to View Faculty Development

    Robert Simerly

    pp. 47-49

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  10. Package Paralysis

    Roger Kaufman

    Packaging of courses/programs/kits on needs assessment, instructional design, and evaluation are becoming slicker as they aim at popular consumption, but are they a panacea? (DAG) More

    pp. 50-52

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  11. Goal Development in Planning

    Rudolf E. Klimes

    pp. 52-54

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  12. Mastering Change In Education: Work Planning

    Margaret S. Dwyer

    pp. 55-56

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