You are here:

Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Jan 01, 1988 Volume 4, Number 2

Editors

Eva Heinrich; Michael Henderson; Petrea Redmond

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 11

  1. EdTech'88 - designing for learning

    Garth Boomer & Garth Boomer

    Garth Boomer was asked to be the Conference Moderator for EdTech'88 -the Australian Society for Educational Technology's biennial Conference held in Canberra in September 1988. By design, his role ... More

    View Abstract
  2. Futures for computer-based training: Developing the learner-computer interface

    Rod Sims & Rod Sims

    Often regarded as the solution to effective skills development, Computer-Based Training (CBT) is now satisfying many training demands. However, despite continued developments with instructional... More

    View Abstract
  3. AECT's Technology in Instruction: Standards for college and university Learning Resources Programs... How viable for Australian institutions of higher education?

    Richard Cornell

    In the autumn of 1988 AECT (the Association for Educational Communications and Technology) will publish the second edition of a document which provides American colleges and universities with... More

    View Abstract
  4. The impact of computer based training on technical training in industry*

    David Goldsmith

    There is growing acceptance in industry of Computer Based Training (CBT) as an appropriate medium for technical training. Few CBT systems are designed to meet the flexible instructional design... More

    View Abstract
  5. Media centre administration: An alternative for success

    Thomas Russel

    Many media centre administrators worldwide regularly experience budget cutbacks or, at least, the threat of cutbacks. If you have not been threatened by the budget slashers, or if you are satisfied... More

    View Abstract
  6. New look video in vocational education: What factors contribute to its success?*

    Justus Lewis & Vivienne Blanksby

    As knowledge expands exponentially, so does the need for industry to keep pace with new information, techniques and theories. Video learning has the potential to contribute speedily and effectively... More

    View Abstract
  7. CAL and videodisc for lecturers and technophobes*

    Graham Parslow & T Haynes

    Good computer software lets a novice produce results quickly. The "Q" Instruction package was conceived at Adelaide University as a means to allow teachers without programming experience to... More

    View Abstract
  8. The impact of computer-based training on technical training in industry

    David Goldsmith

    There is growing acceptance in industry of Computer Based Training (CBT) as an appropriate medium for technical training. Few CBT systems are designed to meet the flexible instructional design... More

    pp. 103-108

    View Abstract
  9. New look video in vocational education: What factors contribute to its success?

    Justus Lewis & Vivienne Blanksby

    As knowledge expands exponentially, so does the need for industry to keep pace with new information, techniques and theories. Video learning has the potential to contribute speedily and... More

    pp. 109-117

    View Abstract
  10. CAL and videodisc for lecturers and technophobes

    Graham Parslow & Robert Haynes

    Good computer software lets a novice produce results quickly. The "Q" Instruction package was conceived at Adelaide University as a means to allow teachers without programming... More

    pp. 118-122

    View Abstract
  11. Media centre administration: An alternative for success.

    Thomas Russell

    Many media centre administrators worldwide regularly experience budget cutbacks or, at least, the threat of cutbacks. If you have not been threatened by the budget slashers, or if you are... More

    pp. 146-159

    View Abstract