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Educational Technology

May 1982 Volume 22, Number 5

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Programmed Instruction: Lessons It Can Teach Us

    Fred H. Jurgemeyer

    Discusses what is known about programed instruction as that knowledge relates to the avoidance of planning and design errors which limit the effectiveness of instructional programs. A 17-item... More

    pp. 20-23

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  2. Using Motion Pictures as a Resource: A New Option Brought About by Television and Interactive Computers

    Roberts A. Braden

    Describes the Commercial Update and Retrieval System (CURS), part of an instructional resource program implemented at Virginia Tech that enables students to locate, categorize, critique, or... More

    pp. 22-24

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  3. Cognitive Style Mapping: Rationale for Merging the 'Old' and 'New' Technologies

    Joanne B. Whitley

    Defines and discusses cognitive style mapping and relates it to the aims of instructors and the needs of students, with emphasis on the implications of cognitive style for instructional design. An ... More

    pp. 25-26

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