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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1975 Volume 4, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. A Learning Technology Curriculum: The First Step

    Carlos R. Vest

    A discussion of the results of a meeting sponsored by American University and the Society for Applied Learning Technology, which aimed to develop a formal curriculum to train people in learning... More

    pp. 3-22

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  2. Should Curriculum Planning Start with Subject Matter?

    Charles E. Wales

    Paper argues that a better way to start curriculum planning is by performing an educational systems design which considers knowledge needs along with the need to clarify values and make effective... More

    pp. 23-32

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  3. Instructional System Development (ISD)--An Air Force Way of Life

    Blaine N. Lee

    A discussion of Instructional System Development (ISD) at the Air Force Training Center. ISD is a five-step process for curriculum development which uses the systems approach. The interacting steps... More

    pp. 33-40

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  4. Individualized Instructional Systems Used by Xerox

    Frederick C. Burgwardt

    A discussion of how individualized instruction has been used by Xerox to: 1) identify appropriate instructional techniques; and 2) reduce costs by devising a delivery system by which programs... More

    pp. 41-52

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  5. Symposium on an Objective-Based Resource Retrieval System

    Robert Garmise & John R. Powers

    A look at Battelle's BETSY system, the primary objective of which is to provide users with a rapid, cost-effective means of retrieving resources suited to the needs of the learners. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 53-62

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  6. Instructional Technology: Its Emerging Role in the Education of the Handicapped

    Malcolm J. Norwood

    An historical description of the beginning of media/technology as applied to the education of the handicapped through federal programs in the U.S. Office of Education. (Author) More

    pp. 63-72

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