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International Journal of Instructional Media

1996 Volume 23, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Instructional Design Considerations for Teaching International Audiences Via Satellite

    Ricky W. Telg

    A qualitative study of four faculty members serving as group leaders during a distance-learning project involving Texas A&M, the University of Nairobi (Kenya), and the University of Zimbabwe... More

    pp. 209-17

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  2. Evaluation of the User Interface Design for Chinese Instructional Multimedia Programs

    Shih-Chung Lee

    A qualitative study of three Chinese interactive multimedia programs and interviews with multimedia designers were undertaken to develop user interface design guidelines for Chinese multimedia... More

    pp. 219-27

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  3. Technology-Assisted Instruction in Business Schools: Measured Effects on Student Attitudes, Expectations and Performance

    Gerard George & Randall G. Sleeth

    Analysis of a survey of 300 business majors found that though technology use in the classroom motivates students by increasing learning, enjoyment, and interest in material, such motivation does... More

    pp. 239-44

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  4. Interactive Effects of Mixed-Chunk Elaboration Feedback in Facilitating Student Achievement

    Barry O. Williams & Francis M. Dwyer

    A study of 105 vocational school students assigned to different treatment levels (1, 3, and 5 segment chunks) found: (1) little difference among experimental treatments, (2) better performance for ... More

    pp. 245-55

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  5. Are Our Children Ready for the Future? A Look at Technology in Education

    Leslie Prawd

    Examines technology use in education; provides an overview of educational technology and describes the state of technology in 1995; and discusses the reliability of statistics, classroom technology... More

    pp. 281-88

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  6. Preparing for the Technological Classroom of the 21st Century

    Sarah T. Meltzer

    One of the biggest obstacles to technology use in education is the attitude that computers are--just one more thing to do--in an overloaded day. Argues that a cooperative-learning atmosphere and... More

    pp. 289-92

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