You are here:

Educational Technology

November 1979 Volume 19, Number 11

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 9

  1. Rules for Authoring Computer-Assisted Instruction Programs

    C Douglas Spitler & Virginia E. Corgan

    Suggestions for writing computer-assisted instructional programs are offered through an examination of the goals and structure of these programs. Discussed are problems one may encounter in... More

    pp. 13-20

    View Abstract
  2. Pictorial Illustration in Instructional Texts

    Philippe Duchastel & Robert Waller

    The use of illustrations in textbooks is reviewed and seven functions of explicative illustrations are presented--descriptive, expressive, constructional, functional, logico-mathematical,... More

    pp. 20-25

    View Abstract
  3. Computer Automated from Sign-On to Item Analysis: A Student Appraisal System

    William E. Sorlie

    A computer-assisted examination program, written in TUTOR for PLATO IV at the School of Basic Medical Sciences, University of Illinois College of Medicine, is discussed. The system is automated... More

    pp. 29-34

    View Abstract
  4. Instructional Interactions and the Mega Interactive Model of Instruction

    Louis A. Pagliaro

    Briefly reviews the literature on instructional interactions and introduces the Mega Interactive Model of Instruction, the variable dimensions of which are instructor, learner, instruction/content/... More

    pp. 35-39

    View Abstract
  5. Systematically Prioritizing Media Services and Customers

    David Butler & Janice Butler

    Suggests standard operating procedures for non-routine and low priority customer requests for media services and gives an example of prioritizing the distribution of audiovisual presentation... More

    pp. 40-43

    View Abstract
  6. Management by Objectives: A Multifaceted Faculty Evaluation Model

    Richard L. Marsh

    Based upon objectives mutually agreed upon by faculty member and department chairperson, the model involves evaluation by (1) faculty member (self-evaluation), (2) chairperson, (3) student, (4)... More

    pp. 44-48

    View Abstract
  7. A Model for Educational Consulting

    Alan Gorr

    Presents a model of the elements common to all consultant-contractor relationships, be they consultant-determined, contractor-determined, or balanced. Logical and psychological dimensions of these ... More

    pp. 48-51

    View Abstract
  8. Enhancing the Technology of Education: The Activist Educator/Researcher

    John C. Wolf

    Addresses the relationship of research to educational technology. (RAO) More

    pp. 52-54

    View Abstract
  9. Using the Microcomputer: One University's Experiences

    Karl L. Zinn

    Reports on uses of microcomputers at the University of Michigan including word processing, extending laboratory experience, simulation, games, tutorial uses, and building skills in computing. (RAO) More

    pp. 54-55

    View Abstract