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McGill Journal of Education

1973 Volume 8, Number 2

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Number of articles: 10

  1. Hard, Soft, or Medium?

    Margaret Gillett

    Hard, soft, or medium? The issue involved here is not, as you might have hoped, "How do you like your eggs?" but it has to do with the equipment, content, and form of education technology... More

    pp. 129-144

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  2. Antecedents and Consequences of Educational Technology

    Glenn F. Cartwright

    Educational technology is not new. Between the years 1809 and 1936 the United States Patent Office issued over six hundred patents for machines which could teach. It would appear that many people... More

    pp. 145-149

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  3. Computer, Teacher, and Learner: Some Technological Implications

    Bruce M. Shore

    The purpose of this paper is to suggest some of the implications for teachers' roles that might result from the growth of computer technology in education. In the past, technological innovations in... More

    pp. 150-156

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  4. Theory and Research in Instructional Technology

    Paul Saettler

    A general aim of this paper is to clarify the heritage of instructional technology and to put it in its proper context vis-à-vis the audiovisual movement. A specific aim is to show the relationship... More

    pp. 157-164

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  5. In Defence of the Language Lab

    Jean-Marc Vary

    One evening not too long ago, a well-known American TV news analyst just back from his summer holiday travels was giving wry consolation to less fortunate stay-at-home viewers by sharing his... More

    pp. 165-168

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  6. Educational Technology and the Re-Creation of the University

    G. M. Boyd

    It is often said that if educational technology is to be of real service it must be an integral part of the learning and research system which is a university, not merely an afterthought. In the... More

    pp. 169-175

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  7. Hands On!

    Alwynn Pollard

    Most young people feel at home working with media equipment and materials. And it's not surprising really - today's children were born into the midst of the technological age. T.V. receivers,... More

    pp. 176-178

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  8. Problem Solving in PSI

    M. E. Weber & O. M. Fuller

    The Personalized System of Instruction, devised by Keller and Sherman in the 1960's, is a course format that has been winning wide acceptance among university teachers in the past few years. In... More

    pp. 179-187

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  9. Educational Media in Quebec: A Summary Report

    Danielle Brown

    In 1962, the first broadcasts of Quebec educational television and radio programs were made by Radio-Canada. Since then, the Quebec Department of Education has increased its involvement in the... More

    pp. 188-191

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  10. Toward a New Approach to Design Education

    Lydia Ferrabee

    We are all designers. Designing is a part of life. It is the way we make and assemble the things we need for the way we like to live, or have to live. It is a way of organizing both the tangible... More

    pp. 208-213

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