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Educational Technology

1989 Volume 29, Number 7

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Interactive Video for Reflection: Learning Theory and a New Use of the Medium

    Edmund J. Hansen

    Discussion of the use of interactive video (IV) as an instructional medium focuses on its uses in the teaching of professional interpersonal skills. Topics discussed include the use of IV for... More

    pp. 7-15

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  2. A Review of Computer-Based Training Materials: Current State of the Art (Instruction and Interaction)

    William H. Pritchard

    Discussion of courseware evaluation for computer-based training (CBT) highlights the CITAR Computer Courseware Evaluation Model (CCEM), which was developed at the Center for Interactive Technology,... More

    pp. 16-22

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  3. The Harmful Effects of Excessive Optimism in Educational Computing

    Cleborne D. Maddux

    Identifies and discusses 10 overly optimistic claims for the use of computers in the classroom, and makes recommendations concerning each claim. Highlights include computer labs versus curriculum... More

    pp. 23-29

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  4. Planning for the Acquisition of Information Resources at the Small College Level

    Callie B. Coaxum

    Presents a systematic approach for small colleges to plan effectively for the acquisition of information resources, i.e., computers and telecommunications, based on five recommendations: (1) assign... More

    pp. 30-32

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  5. Expert Systems Technology for Training Applications

    Jay Liebowitz

    Description of the use of expert systems for training applications presents three case studies of expert systems that are currently in use: (1) CESA, used for government contracting; (2) TOPSCO,... More

    pp. 43-45

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  6. The Design and Development of an Interactive Videodisc for Foreign Language Learning

    Amit Schitai

    Describes the process of creating an interactive videodisc for teaching Hebrew as a foreign language at the University of Michigan. Learning processes for foreign languages are discussed, lesson... More

    pp. 48-52

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