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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1994 Volume 22, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Technology-Based Distance Learning: Present and Future Directions in Business and Education

    Charles D. Miller & R Wilburn Clouse

    Reports on the similarities and differences between educational use and business use of technology-based distance learning. Topics discussed include organizational infrastructure; cost... More

    pp. 191-204

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  2. Interactive Television as a Vehicle for the Delivery of Higher Education to Rural Areas

    Charles M. Lyons

    Discussion of the delivery of higher education to rural areas focuses on a distance education program developed by the Community College of Maine that uses interactive television. The technology... More

    pp. 205-11

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  3. Computer Adaptive Testing: A Shift in the Evaluation Paradigm

    Randal D. Carlson

    Reviews the development and use of mass testing procedures for evaluating large groups of relatively homogeneous individuals and suggests computer adaptive testing as an alternative to conventional... More

    pp. 213-24

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  4. Learning Environment Design

    Philippe Duchastel

    Describes an instructional design process, Learning Environment Design (LED), as being geared to the design of flexible and user-centered learning resources by distinguishing between content and... More

    pp. 225-33

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  5. The Effects of an Integrated Learning System (ILS) Using Incremental Time Allotments on Ninth Grade Algebra Achievement

    Robert Charles West & Donald R. Marcotte

    Discusses integrated learning systems (ILSs) and describes a study that considered the degree of linear relationship between time spent on the ILS and outcome achievement on ninth-grade algebra... More

    pp. 283-94

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