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Educational Technology

1978 Volume 18, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Planning Instruction and Monitoring Classroom Processes with Computer Assistance

    Margaret C. Wang & Robert C. Fitzhugh

    Description of a program designed to provide an environment that is adaptive to individual differences, combining the advantages of a structured curriculum for basic skills development and an open ... More

    pp. 7-13

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  2. The Intermediate Technology of Learner Verification and Revision (LVR)

    Harold D. Stolovitch

    Describes evaluation, revision, and decision to implement as the three components of LVR, and relates them to student tryout and revision, developmental testing, and formative evaluation. (DAG) More

    pp. 13-7

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  3. Algorithmization in Instruction

    William C. Coscarelli

    Clarifies the nature of sequential operations and explores some research in the area that has implications for the instructional designer. (Author) More

    pp. 18-21

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  4. Facilitating Change through a Simplified R&D Process

    Russell T. Osguthorpe & Milo E. Bishop

    Suggests an R&D process which has demonstrated its utility as a means of allowing researchers to communicate more effectively with both users and administrators (or funders). (Author/DAG) More

    pp. 24-8

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  5. Toward an "Open Market" for Shared Educational Services

    John Kohring

    Description of a strategy for a flexible, temporary service delivery mechanism that is accountable to local constituents. (Author/DAG) More

    pp. 29-31

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  6. Technological Forecasting: An Overview for Educators

    Eugene T. Connors

    The nature of our educational institutions requires that reliable projections of the future be obtained so that proper planning can be initiated. (Author) More

    pp. 32-5

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  7. A Micro-Computer Based Test Scoring System

    Frank B. Baker

    The goal of the project described was to develop a "stand-alone" test scoring system based upon a micro-computer available to the hobbyist market. (Author) More

    pp. 36-9

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  8. The Component Diagram: A Tool for Planning and Communication

    Constance M. Greco & Carol A. Carrier

    The purpose of this article is to concentrate on the planning activities of the instructional development process in higher education through concentration on a particular planning device, the... More

    pp. 39-42

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  9. Predicting Student Withdrawals in Open Learning Courses

    Paul B. Duby & David R. Giltrow

    This study reports on progress in predicting overall completion rates for various open learning courses, given the demographic, curricular, and administrative conditions prevailing at the City... More

    pp. 43-7

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  10. Media Specialists and Their Clients: Strategies for Effective Interpersonal Communication

    Marc J. Rosenberg

    Some specific suggestions to improve conferencing strategies for media specialists and instructional designers are proposed. (Author) More

    pp. 48-50

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