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Educational Technology

January 1983 Volume 23, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Criteria for the Evaluation of Microcomputer Courseware

    Vicki Blum Cohen

    Discusses attributes which are offered as set of standards to judge instructional software--those unique to design of microcomputer courseware and those included in design of all instruction.... More

    pp. 9-14

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  2. A Suggested Model for Establishing the Validity of Computer-Assisted Instructional Materials

    Sherwin A. Steffin

    Outlines problems faced by software publishers in providing instructionally valid computer assisted instruction. A research design undertaken by Edu-Ware Services, Inc., directed at measuring... More

    pp. 20-22

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  3. The Cognitive Approach to Computer Courseware Design and Evaluation

    Timothy B. Jay

    Focuses on five human information processing abilities which cognitive psychologists anticipate must be accounted for in order to develop good computer courseware--memory and attention; language or... More

    pp. 22-26

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  4. The Formative Evaluation of Computer-Assisted Instruction

    Katharine C. Golas

    Describes special considerations to be accounted for by evaluator of computer assisted instruction (CAI) materials, outlines a recommended approach to formative evaluation of CAI (one-to-one... More

    pp. 26-28

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