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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1976 Volume 5, Number

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Number of articles: 7

  1. The Management of Learning Systems

    George P. Doherty

    The rationale and need for including a component on the management of learning systems in a graduate program is discussed. The major components associated with managing learning systems are... More

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  2. Humanism and Technology: A Model for Integrating Educational Technology in the Humanities Classroom

    John A. Shtogren

    A literature course is described in which characteristics from programmed instruction are integrated into the lecture-discussion format. The course design requires students to master more material ... More

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  3. Learning Systems Requirements

    Milton S. Katz

    Discussion of opportunities and requirements for graduates of advanced degree and certificate programs in applied learning systems within the United States Army's learning research and technology... More

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  4. Curriculum Content on Evaluation for a Certificate Program in Applied Learning Technology

    P D. Maher & W A. Spindell

    The intent of this paper is to present a brief overview of the type of information that might be included in the applied learning technologist certificate program. (Author) More

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  5. The University of Mid-America: A New Applied Learning System

    Jack G. McBride

    A consortial effort of nine state universities in six Midwestern states, the University of Mid-America develops mediated credit and non-credit courses for use off-campus in teaching-at-a-distance... More

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  6. Designing a Systematized Program in Instructional Design and Development

    Richard C. Boutwell

    The Instructional Design and Development Program at Florida State University is described and offered as a role model for other institutions. (Author) More

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  7. An Exponential Teaching Model for Educational Cablevision with Implications for an Advanced Degree Program in Applied Learning Systems

    J Zink

    The design and implementation of a cablevision delivered course on Grand Opera is described. The unique aspect of this project is that both the viewers and the production teams experienced active... More

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