You are here:

International Journal of Instructional Media

1993 Volume 20, Number 1

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Students' Motivational Reaction Toward Self-Study Text

    Benjaport Hotrabhavananda & John F. Wedman

    Examined whether students' motivational reaction toward self-study text could be influenced by the inclusion of additional instructional materials (nonprint media). Participants were 969 students... More

    pp. 1-9

    View Abstract
  2. Notetaking and Reviewing Matrix Notes: Effects on Learning Achievement and Instructional Time with Interactive Videodisc Instruction

    Arthur P. Jones

    This experiment (83 undergraduates) used an interactive videodisc (IVD) lesson, "Cardiac Output: A Live Animal Physiology Laboratory," to measure the effects of notetaking on achievement and... More

    pp. 11-19

    View Abstract
  3. Case Study of Using Resources about Sonar Operators To Teach Instructional Design

    Hilary Mclellan

    Describes a fictional account of the work of a submarine sonar operator ("The Hunt for Red October" by Tom Clancy) that captures the practitioner in a complex real-world work context featuring... More

    pp. 21-34

    View Abstract
  4. Educator Liability for Copyright Infringement of Computer Software for Instructional Purposes after "Basic Books vs. Kinko's."

    Costas J. Douvanis

    Examines the nature of copyright, the current status of computer software in the context of copyright, and the applicability of the "Fair Use Doctrine" and "Classroom Guidelines" to instructional... More

    pp. 71-79

    View Abstract