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Evaluating Educational Software Authoring Environments Using a Model Based on Software Engineering and Instructional Design Principles
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Canadian Journal of Educational Communication Volume 16, Number 1,

Abstract

This study suggests a new model for the evaluation of educational software authoring systems and applies this model to a particular authoring system, CSR Trainer 4000. The model used is based on an integrated set of software engineering and instructional design principles. (Author/LRW)

Citation

Collis, B.A. & Gore, M. (1987). Evaluating Educational Software Authoring Environments Using a Model Based on Software Engineering and Instructional Design Principles. Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 16(1), 11-21. Retrieved November 28, 2021 from .

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