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Educational Technology

June 1981 Volume 21, Number 6

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Number of articles: 4

  1. When the Audience Becomes the Producer: A Model for Participatory Media Design

    Diane Gayeski

    Presented a model constructed to enable a designer to logically and systematically develop and produce instructional materials which reflect the constituency's needs, interests, and environments.... More

    pp. 11-14

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  2. Computer Literacy for Teachers: High School and University Cooperation

    Antonio M. Lopez

    Describes a cooperative program in which high school teachers in Louisiana participated in a series of lectures and labs geared toward helping them use microcomputers in the classroom. Topics... More

    pp. 15-18

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  3. Consulting with University Faculty: A Model of Teaching Improvement Based on a Developmental Perspective

    Carol A. Carrier

    Offers a model of teaching improvement which rests on the assumption that if college faculty are to make meaningful changes in undergraduate learning environments, these changes must be made in... More

    pp. 19-24

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  4. Educational Technology Research: Whole Versus Part Presentation of Advance Organizers in Text in Relation to Intelligence

    U S. Chaudhari & Meena Buddhisagar

    Summarizes a study designed to ascertain the effects of advance organizers on learning from text, with the position of both "part" and "whole" organizers as a manipulated variable. The effect of... More

    pp. 32-35

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