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Journal of Interactive Instruction Development

2000 Volume 12, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 2

  1. Why Save Your Course as a Relational Database?

    Gregory C. Hamilton, David L. Katz & James E. Davis

    Describes a system that stores course materials for computer-based training programs in a relational database called Of Course! Outlines the basic structure of the databases; explains distinctions ... More

    pp. 3-10

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  2. Partnership Development with Public Schools, Colleges, and School-to-Work Consortia To Support a Performance-based Curricula

    Robin Curoe

    Describes the Wisconsin Instructional Design System (WIDS), a partnership between colleges and industry that developed an instructional design model, software, video course for professional... More

    pp. 16-18

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