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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

Dec 31, 2017 Volume 15, Number 3


Heather Kanuka; Liam Rourke

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Field Test Evaluation of Educational Software: A Description of One Approach

    Mariela Tovar & Nicholas Barker

    Educational evaluators in general have traditionally recognized the needto incorporate data from potential users in designing evaluation studies. In the field of courseware evaluation, however,... More

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  2. Perspectives on Women: A Case Study of a University Course on Public Television

    June Landsburg & Clair Fellman

    This case study on the development and presentation of a universitycourse on a public television channel demonstrates some of the significant differences between a classroom course and a broadcast ... More

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  3. Audio-Visual Materials in an Integrated Literacy-Mechanical Skills Training Program for Young Unemployed Adults

    Orest Cap, Odarka Trosky, Barbara Wynes & Robin Cutts

    This article describes how audio-visual materials were selected and usedfor a group of thirty unemployed young adults, ranging in ages (17-21), attending an integrated literacy-mechanical skills... More

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  4. Using Brunerian Learning Theory with Educational Simulations to Teach Concepts

    Laura Winer & Richard Schmid

    The present study maintains that consistently effective leaming materialscan best be generated if the prescriptions instructional designers use are founded on learning theory. It is also considered... More

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  5. Project Management for Computer-Based Training Development

    Richard Schwier

    This article deals with the management of instructional developmentprojects for computer-based training (CBT), and is primarily aimed at project managers working with a team of instructional... More

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