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Educational Technology

1984 Volume 24, Number 3

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Number of articles: 9

  1. The New Technologies versus the Lecture Tradition in Higher Education: Is Change Possible?

    Michael Waggoner

    The emerging technologies potential has not altered teaching methods in higher education because of such factors as prohibitive cost and faculty resistance to change, but these are symptomatic of... More

    pp. 7-13

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  2. Preparing for the Technological Classroom: Will We Meet the Challenge?

    Richard A. Diem

    Discusses an important question raised by education's rush toward micro-technology, i.e., how classroom teachers will be trained to master these aids and implement them within the curricular... More

    pp. 13-15

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  3. Some Principles of Computer-Assisted Instruction, or How to Tame the Flashing Beast

    M D. Leiblum

    Presents a set of pirnciples based on "Peter's People and Their Marvelous Ideas" (L. J. Peter, 1979) to explain the inner structures of computer assisted instruction. These principles relate to... More

    pp. 16-18

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  4. Guidelines for Evaluation of Computer Software (with an Evaluation Form)

    Wayne R. Fetter

    An evaluation form used at Ashland College (Ohio) for critical evaluation of educational software is presented. The form covers basic product information, program content, educational... More

    pp. 19-21

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  5. How to Decide When and Where to Use Microcomputers for Instruction

    David F. Salisbury

    Based on the premise that educators should identify instructional problems before they use microcomputers for instruction, this article shows how needs assessment and instructional design relate to... More

    pp. 22-24

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  6. Evaluating Scripts for Instructional Media Programs: A Structured Script Evaluation Procedure

    R Irwin Goodman

    Describes a structured set of procedures for critical script appraisal of nontheatrical scripts by carefully selected evaluators. An overview of the procedure, script reviewer qualities, the... More

    pp. 25-30

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  7. Teaching Economics: Research Findings from a Microcomputer/Videodisc Project

    Allen D. Glenn

    Describes field test findings of a project funded by the Minnesota Educational Computing Consortium and the Rockefeller Family Fund to demonstrate that microcomputers and home videodisc players can... More

    pp. 30-32

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  8. Educational Technology in Latin America: The Cultural Dynamics

    Arnold M. Gallegos

    Discusses the impact educational technology could have on education in developing nations where rural to urban migration is taking place, its cultural impact in a climate of social and cultural... More

    pp. 38-42

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  9. Guidelines for Cost-Effective Training Product Development

    Ebi Bio Awotua-Efebo

    Presents guidelines for cost effective product development for training managers charged with quality control of products and training specialists who design materials. Discusses phases of... More

    pp. 42-44

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