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Journal of Educational Technology Systems

1989 Volume 17, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. A Systems Approach to the Design and Development of Interactive Videodisc Training

    Jeffrey A. Cantor

    Describes a four-phased process used by the U.S. Navy for the systematic design and development of interactive videodisc (IVD) courseware (ICW) used for training. Highlights include analyzing job... More

    pp. 255-71

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  2. The Air Force Academy Instructor Workstation (IWS): I. Design and Implementation

    Thomas E. Gist

    Discusses the design and implementation of a computer-controlled instructor workstation (IWS), including a videodisc player, that was developed at the Air Force Academy. System capabilities for... More

    pp. 273-84

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  3. The Air Force Academy Instructor Workstation (IWS): II. Effectiveness

    Thomas E. Gist

    Discusses the results of measuring the in-class effectiveness of a computer-controlled instructor workstation (IWS) that was developed at the Air Force Academy. Treatments for the experimental and ... More

    pp. 285-95

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  4. Student Opinions regarding the Mandatory Use and Ownership of Personal Computers

    Gary D. Malaney & Quint Thurman

    Describes telephone survey of undergraduate students at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst that was conducted to determine student opinions of policies that require them to take computer... More

    pp. 297-306

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  5. Integrating Technology: Attitudes as a Determinant of the Use of Microcomputers

    Gail L. Fann

    Describes study of undergraduates in business communication classes at Arizona State University that was designed to investigate how attitudes affect students' use of microcomputers. Results... More

    pp. 307-17

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