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International Journal of Instructional Media

1997 Volume 24, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Comparison of Student Reactions in Traditional and Videoconferencing Courses in Training and Development

    Julie A. Furst-Bowe

    Compares student reactions to a videoconferencing-based course with reactions to a traditionally delivered course in training and human resource development. Overall, responses were similar;... More

    pp. 197-205

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  2. Distance Education Compared to Traditional Instruction: The Students' View

    Janell P. Klesius, Susan Homan & Theron Thompson

    Student behavior and instruction in a distance education (DE) class delivered via live cable or videotape were compared to traditional courses taken by DE enrollees. Results indicated that... More

    pp. 207-20

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  3. Teaching with Television: One University's Model

    Norman Wagner, Donald Thompson & James Sutton

    Outlines the methods used by Troy State University (Alabama) to employ television technology to increase distance learning options for students and to increase the productivity and cost... More

    pp. 221-26

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  4. Is an Illustration Always Worth Ten Thousand Words? Effects of Prior Knowledge, Learning Style and Multimedia Illustrations on Text Comprehension

    Alison Ollerenshaw, Eugene Aidman & Garry Kidd

    This study examined comprehension in four groups of undergraduates under text only, multimedia, and two diagram conditions of text supplementation. Results indicated that effects of text... More

    pp. 227-38

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