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International Journal of Instructional Media

1996 Volume 23, Number 2

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Teachers, Technology, and Training. Perspectives on Education and School Reform: A Focus on the Technological Perspective

    James G. Donlevy & Tia Rice Donlevy

    The language of school reform is rooted predominantly in the technological perspective. Reviews technological, psychological, ideological, and sociological (descriptive and prescriptive)... More

    pp. 105-13

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  2. Connective Transactions: Technology and Thinking Skills for the 21st Century

    Robert Kizlik

    Discusses connections between technology and thinking skills. Argues that technology is unsurpassed in identifying, collecting, and organizing information, but that technology and information are... More

    pp. 115-22

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  3. Essential Questions on Interactive Distance Education: An Administrators' Guide

    Alex Carter

    Without effective planning, interactive distance education can drain economic and personnel resources. Discusses questions (needs, costs, faculty selection, faculty incentives, time for training... More

    pp. 123-29

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  4. Learning with Communications Technology: A Picture from Victoria, Australia

    Jenny Arms

    Describes elementary and secondary school projects in Victoria, Australia using telematics and interactive television. Provides an overview of telematics management and implementation and discusses... More

    pp. 151-60

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  5. Constructivism and Multimedia: Theory and Application; Innovation and Transformation

    Debra H. Bailey

    Discusses the correspondence between constructivist design and the creation of multimedia projects. Argues that if students and teachers are exposed to multimedia presentations and are offered... More

    pp. 161-66

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  6. Brainstorming Interactive Exhibits for the Baseball Hall of Fame

    David W. Shapiro & Steven Seidman

    Discusses incorporating interactive multimedia into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York. Presents examples of interactive exhibits from other museums and suggests ideas for the Hall ... More

    pp. 173-79

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