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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1977 Volume 6, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Instructional Technology in Naval Training

    Worth Scanland

    An overview and philosophical discussion of the current use of instructional technology in naval training. This essay focuses on the process of instructional development and establishes a parallel ... More

    pp. 85-94

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  2. Navy Training Evaluation--Process and Product

    William J. Mitzel

    Describes the major features of the systems approach developed by ITRO with emphasis on the navy training evaluation plan proposed to ensure quality control, as well as an assessment of the... More

    pp. 95-107

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  3. Implementation of ISD--Restructuring of the Radioman Curriculum

    Claude C. Vernam & Patrick Kennedy

    Examines the application of the first three phases (analysis, design, and development) of an instructional systems development model to curriculum changes in an existing program, radioman... More

    pp. 109-20

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  4. Innovative Approaches to HRM Training

    James F. Donovan

    Describes the Navy's 12-week course in human resource management, placing heavy emphasis on skill building in group dynamics and the development of communication skills. Techniques such as video... More

    pp. 159-70

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