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How Does Instructional Systems Design Differ from Traditional Instruction?
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Educational Technology Volume 22, Number 1, ISSN 0013-1962

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This review of the research on the effectiveness of an instructional systems approach at both the micro- and macro-levels discusses progress made in the last decade in developing a knowledge base for the systematic design, development, and delivery of instruction. A 35-item bibliography is provided. (MER)

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Hannum, W.H. & Briggs, L.J. (1982). How Does Instructional Systems Design Differ from Traditional Instruction?. Educational Technology, 22(1), 9-14. Retrieved March 1, 2021 from .

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