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Educational Technology

March 1979 Volume 19, Number 3

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Number of articles: 9

  1. Classes of Instructional Variables

    Charles M. Reigeluth & M David Merrill

    Describes three classes of variables which should be considered when one is designing instructional materials, doing research on instruction, or developing better methods of instruction, and... More

    pp. 5-24

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  2. Disseminating Research Findings: A Blueprint for Affecting Educational Research and Practice

    Dennis D. Embry

    Recommendations for the broad-based dissemination of research findings to the scientific community and to the field-based practitioner are given. The use of ERIC, professional journals, newsletters... More

    pp. 25-29

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  3. Foreign Language Task Analysis: A Systems Engineering Approach

    Hubert H. Setzler

    Discusses the development of procedures for data identification and control that minimize the error due to application of systems concepts in performing task analysis of foreign language... More

    pp. 35-40

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  4. Analysis of the Tutoring Variable in Individualized Instruction

    James M. Lewis

    Reviews some representative literature in man/machine tutorial systems. Student-to-student tutoring, tutoring by proctor, tutoring in programed instruction and with teaching machines, auto/audio... More

    pp. 41-45

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  5. Computer-Assisted Test Construction for Individualized Instruction

    Philip R. Christensen

    This article describes how one commercially available system, the Classroom Teacher Support System (CTSS), has been adapted to an individualized nursing program for computer assisted testing. (RAO) More

    pp. 45-49

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  6. A Model for Debugging Instruction

    Greg P. Kearsley

    Presents a model outlining three procedural steps to be followed in the revision of refinement of existing instruction consisting of component, congruence, and continuity analysis. Basic... More

    pp. 50-52

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  7. So You Want to Develop a Computer-Based Instruction Project? Some Recommendations to Consider First

    William E. Sorlie & Diane L. Essex

    Recommendations useful to individuals considering or planning the development of a computer based instruction project in higher education are given. Covers a variety of planning aspects, ranging... More

    pp. 53-57

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  8. Guidelines for the Integration of College or University Library and Media Services

    Vladimir Sakovich

    Presents guidelines found to be effective in the reorganization of learning resource services toward consolidation of campus-wide learner-oriented support activities. (RAO) More

    pp. 57-58

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  9. A Brief Guide to Media Selection

    Mary Robinson Sive

    Gives criteria to be considered prior to the purchase of instructional media, and lists software taxonomies, defined by mode, degree of abstraction, and by ease and cost of production. Appropriate ... More

    pp. 59-60

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