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Educational Technology Vol. 10 (1970) p. 6
The general guidelines identified in this article can assist the educational engineer to develop specifications for learner facilities which will promote and not hinder the anticipated educational program." (Author)
Educational Technology Vol. 32, No. 9 (1992) pp. 26–32
Discusses features in the physical environment that need to be considered for integrated learning systems (ILSs). Highlights include ergonomics; lighting, including contrast and colors; space, furniture, and equipment, including keyboard, monitor,...
Microcomputers & Educational Researchers: Writing, Project Management, Statistics Software, & Data Retrieval
Designed to assist educational researchers in utilizing microcomputers, this paper presents information on four types of computer software: writing tools for educators, statistical software designed to perform analyses of small and moderately large...
Both interview and direct observation data were collected via on-site visits with the training directors at 22 U.S. training centers which had been identified as the best training facilities in order to examine why the instructional methods,...
Educational Technology Vol. 11, No. 6 (1971) pp. 58–62
This paper briefly outlines one scheme for selecting appropriate media for specific teaching purposes and points up major weaknesses requiring attention before such a plan can be functional." (Authors/AK)
Educational Technology Vol. 12, No. 12 (1972) pp. 41–43
International Journal of Educational Research Vol. 19, No. 4 (1993) pp. 345–430
Forty-seven findings present generalities about (1) instructional analysis; (2) instructional design and development; (3) instructional presentation; (4) exploitation of educational technology; (5) evaluation of instruction; and (6) instructional...
Journal of Educational Technology Systems Vol. 11, No. 2 (1982) pp. 155–66
Discusses the impact and effects of many hours of interaction with computerized video games on the acquisition and development of spatial visualization skills and their relationship to mathematical and scientific aptitude. Sex differences in spatial ...
Educational Technology Vol. 15, No. 6 (1975) pp. 33–35
Discusses measurement techniques which can provide useful data for the educator concerned with designing learning environments and associated instructional materials. (SF)