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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1975 Volume 4, Number 4

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Population Education Through Computer Generated Graphics

    Vivian Klaff & Paul Handler

    A computer assisted instruction unit on population dynamics was designed to transmit information in a flexible, interactive, and graphic format using the University of Illinois' PLATO IV system. (LS) More

    pp. 245-269

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  2. A Strategy for Systematic Component Analysis of Instructional Programs

    Thomas M. Sherman

    A strategy for systematic analysis of the contribution of each component of an instructional program to a prescribed outcome is described. The strategy is based upon a multiple baseline... More

    pp. 271-280

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  3. On The Modeling of Educational Systems: II

    Robert T. Grauer

    A unified approach to model building is developed from the separate techniques of regression, simulation, and factorial design. The methodology is applied in the context of a suburban school... More

    pp. 281-298

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  4. Criteria for Engineering Job Oriented Instruction Delivery Systems

    Raymond G. Fox

    The design of instruction delivery systems is described as an engineering discipline. Structured learning for individualization of instruction is defined. Instruction delivery applications are... More

    pp. 299-310

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  5. The Doctor of Arts Program

    Richard Videbeck

    Three Doctor of Arts degree programs at the University of Illinois, Chicago Circle, prepare students as both scientists and instructional developers well grounded in instructional design, media use... More

    pp. 311-321

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  6. Design of a TV System to Bring Education to Small Groups at Place of Work

    Aram Budak

    The use of video technology for delivering graduate engineering education to professionals where they work. (Author/LS) More

    pp. 323-330

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