Instructional Transaction Shells: Responsibilities, Methods, and Parameters
Educational Technology Volume 32, Number 2, ISSN 0013-1962
Describes instructional transactions as patterns of learner interactions designed to enable learners to acquire certain kinds of knowledge or skill and identifies four primary components of an interaction shell: interactions and an interaction manager, instructional parameters, a knowledge base, and a resource database. Transaction shell authoring systems and interactions are also discussed. (nine references) (LRW)
Merrill, M.D. (1992). Instructional Transaction Shells: Responsibilities, Methods, and Parameters. Educational Technology, 32(2), 5-26.
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