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Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology

  title={Trends and Issues in Instructional Design and Technology},
  author={Robert A. Reiser and John Dempsey},
Any reader is likely to have a clearer picture of the nature of the field along with its trends. Prepared by eminent scholars, Robert A. Reiser (Florida State University) and John V. Dempsey (University of South Alabama), who have teaching ―Trends and Issues‖ course at their respective universities for a long time, the book clearly introduces the rapidly developing fields of instructional design, instructional technology and performance technology. Together, the editors have a total of about 50… 
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