Classic Writings on Instructional Technology, Volume 1

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Donald P. Ely, Tj Plomp
Libraries Unlimited, 1996 - Education - 257 pages
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Extending the purpose of the first volume to writings of the 1970s and 1980s, this new work provides a convenient collection of seminal papers that are considered to be foundations in the field of instructional technology. Offering a substantive grounding for the principles and procedures required in applied settings, this work also documents the history and conceptual growth of the field. A revised and updated bibliography is included.

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Archetypes Paradigms and Models
Is There a Field of Educational Communications

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DONALD P. ELY is Senior Associate for Educational Technology, Syracuse University, New York, Visiting Professor of Instructional Systems Development, Florida State University, and Adjunct Professor of Instructional Science and Technology, University of Twente, Netherlands.TJEERD PLOMP is Professor, University of Twente, Netherlands.

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