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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1973 Volume 2, Number

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Number of articles: 11

  1. An Educator's Criterion-Referenced Evaluation System (Computer Supported)

    Shelly A. Harrison

    A description of the design and operation of a computerized objective based instructional support system. Single-point-in-time criterion mastery testing and periodic trend test sampling combine to ... More

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  2. Some Sticky Wickets in the Behavioral Objectives Game - Looking at Learning Curves

    Sidney J. Drumheller

    A look at how behavioral objectives are related to learning curves. Definitions and major uses are noted. Havighurst's development tasks are presented as a model for providing better retention of... More

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  3. A Computer Course for Educators

    Samuel W. Spero

    A description of a course for educators introducing the potential of the computer as a tool of instruction. The course is divided into five parts: 1)computer literacy, 2)motivation, 3)learning... More

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  4. Film Loop Labs

    Donald E. Leffler

    A description of the film loop laboratory system as an attempt to increase the desirability, flexibility, and efficiency of physics experiments for non-science students. (Author) More

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  5. The Role of Environment in System Change

    William E. Webster

    A look at the elements of New York State Project Redesign, a statewide improvement effort whose focus has been to change the relationships between the State Education Department and local school... More

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  6. Communications Media, Computers, and Educators

    Austin David

    This paper reviews the design and use of an instructional system wherein ITV and telephone were linked to a computer. The computer stored instructional materials and presented this material to the ... More

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  7. Computer-Aided Performance Training for Diagnostic and Procedural Tasks

    J W. Rigney & D M. Towne

    Two large, modularized, computer programs were developed to explore the possibilities for utilizing the processing speed and power of digital computers in interactions with students designed to... More

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  8. Mobil Computer Assisted Instruction for Inservice Teacher Education

    Harold E. Mitzel

    Article describes an application of computer technology to the retraining of inservice teachers. (Author) More

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  9. An Investigation of the Effectiveness of the Listen-Respond-Compare of Oral/Aural Comprehension Training in a Language Laboratory Environment

    Ira B. Perelle

    This study investigates the educational consequences of utilizing listen-response-compare mode in a college level language laboratory. (Author) More

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  10. A Time-Free Perspective of a Liberal Arts Program

    J B. Harkin

    New criteria for the design of liberal arts programs are formulated. These criteria concern the relationships among liberal arts content, process, and delivery system. The central role of process... More

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  11. Satellite Technology for Education Distribution

    Jack M. Campbell

    The use of satellite technology to bring much needed information, such as career education messages to remote areas of Rocky Mountain States is the subject of this paper. Both software and hardware... More

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