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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1995 Volume 23, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The Selective Task Trainer: The Expert Solution

    Charles W. Gerson

    Examines simulator classification and design in light of new technology, current research, and a changing focus for using flight simulators in the military, and proposes a selective task trainer... More

    pp. 201-17

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  2. Simulation Applications in Educational Leadership

    William Bozeman & Robert H. Wright

    Explores the use of computer-based simulations using multimedia materials for a graduate course in school administration. Highlights include simulation applications in military and in business;... More

    pp. 219-31

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  3. Instructional Design for College-Level Courses Using Interactive Television

    Robert V. Price & Judi Repman

    Reviews instructional design models; discusses characteristics of distance education in higher education via interactive television; and presents a nine-step instructional design model designed... More

    pp. 251-63

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  4. The Exemplar Project: Using Group Support Systems to Improve the Learning Environment

    Robert O. Briggs

    Describes the Exemplar Project, an application of cognitive learning theory to the development of an integrated electronic learning environment for college students based on group support systems... More

    pp. 277-91

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