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Educational Technology

July 1980 Volume 20, Number 7

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Concept Attainment among Postsecondary Students: Instructional Design and Delivery

    James M. Lewis

    This article investigates how adults attain concepts, how instructional materials can be designed for adults, and how instructional messages related to concept attainment can be delivered to adults... More

    pp. 5-17

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  2. The Oral Introduction to the Instructional Film: A Closer Look

    Joseph W. Arwady

    Discusses reasons for an oral introduction to instructional films, types of oral introductions--i.e., substantive, attention-directing, anxiety-inducing, and advance organizers--and research... More

    pp. 18-22

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  3. What Can We Evaluate at the Script Stage in Instructional Television Programming?

    Gwen C. Nugent

    Findings of this study on the validity of script reviews in preproduction formative evaluation support the use of script evaluations as a means of identifying program strengths and weaknesses and... More

    pp. 23-25

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  4. Is the SAT Score an Indicator of Which College Students Are in Need of Developmental Skills Assistance?

    Robert M. Hashway

    Discusses the use of the SAT score for placement into college-level developmental skills programs and the appropriateness of using this type of norm referenced testing in placing students.... More

    pp. 26-28

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  5. Analyzing Text with Computers

    Alden J. Moe

    Reviews the literature and examines the state of technology for computer based text analysis. The computer capabilities of several available text analysis programs are presented. (Author) More

    pp. 29-31

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  6. Remedial Tutorial Programs at the University Level

    Elizabeth St. Andre Kean & Catherine A. C. Welsh

    Identifies features and activities of tutorial programs that contribute to success and examines the nature of successful teaching-learning interactions. Discussion is based on an evaluation of a... More

    pp. 41-44

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