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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1976 Volume 5, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 7

  1. Computer Support for a Systems Approach to Instruction: Problem Statement, Data Entry, and Group Formation

    Eugene A. Collins & Dean C. Larsen

    Reports on a study being conducted by the Jefferson County Public Schools (Colorado) that implements a digital time-shared computer as support for a systems approach to instruction. (Author/ER) More

    pp. 3-14

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  2. Computer-Assisted Instruction in Practical Nursing Education

    Maureen Kelley

    Existing computer-assisted instructional programs for nursing students are studied and their application to the education of practical nurses is considered in the light of the recent history of... More

    pp. 15-25

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  3. Using the Computer to Improve Unit Teaching

    William J. Stewart

    At the State University of New York at Buffalo researchers have developed a method designed to eliminate the disadvantages, but to retain and improve the advantages of unit teaching. A large... More

    pp. 27-32

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  4. Guidelines for Teaching Non-Verbal Communications Through Visual Media

    Mahima Ranjan Kundu

    There is a natural unique relationship between non-verbal communication and visual media such as television and film. Visual media will have to be used extensively--almost exclusively--in teaching ... More

    pp. 33-40

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  5. Teaching Pronunciation with a Visual Display Device: Amateur Radio Equipment in the Foreign Language Classroom

    Edmun B. Richmond & La Donna Wallace-Childers

    An attempt was made to develop a visual display device which would produce a phonemic standard representation of foreign speech sounds to which language learners could match their productions. A... More

    pp. 41-50

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  6. Self-Instruction and Technology: A Review

    David M. Moore

    Whatever the format used, all self-instruction programs must contain certain parameters in order to be effective. This paper discusses those parameters and their implication on the media... More

    pp. 51-6

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  7. Lessons from a Study of Defense Training Technology

    Earl A. Alluisi

    The general findings and recommendations of a Defense Science Board Task Force on Training Technology are presented, and eight lessons for the training technology research and development community... More

    pp. 57-76

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