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Designing Instructional Systems
Deals with the major areas of decision making that face the instructional designer at the beginning of a project; establishing the needs and developing the objectives of a curriculum, and producingExpand
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COMPUTER-MEDIATED COMMUNICATION Principal Focus. This chapter will focus essentially on asynchronous text-based computer-mediated communication (CMC). By this, we mean email, whether one-to-one or one-to-many, e-mail-basedExpand
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The selection and use of instructional media
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Web-based distance learning and teaching: Revolutionary invention or reaction to necessity
The compounds are substituted S-(aminoalkyl)isothioureas which are histamine H2-antagonists. Two specific compounds of the present invention are S-[6-(N'-methylthiOUreido)hexyl]isothIourea and S-[5-(N'cyano-N''-methylguanidino)pentyl] isothiOUrea. Expand
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The hypertext/hypermedia solution—but what exactly is the problem?
We have come a long way in the last thirty or so years, from the general acceptance of the behaviorist definition of learning as a “specific change in behavior or capacity to behave”, to cognitivist formulations that lay stress on the aquisition and internal organization of knowledge in the learner’s mind. Expand
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The selection and use of instructional media: For improved classroom teaching and for interactive, individualized instruction
A systematic approach to instructional design and media selection: learning and instruction . Expand
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Instructional development paradigms
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