Improving Instructional Productivity in Higher Education

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Shelley A. Harrison, Lawrence M. Stolurow
Educational Technology, 1975 - Education - 272 pages
 

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PROBLEMS OF INCREASING PRODUCTIVITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
5
LEARNING TECHNOLOGY AND THE POTENTIAL INCREASE OF PRODUCTIVITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
14
A COLLABORATIVE OPEN UNIVERSITY NETWORK
20
READING WRITING ARTHIMETIC AND COMPUTING
33
THE AUDIOTUTORIAL SYSTEM OF INSTRUCTION
43
LOWCOST EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
63
LATENT ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY
72
THE COMPUTER AND THE FOURTH REVOLUTION
79
A PREVIEW OF THE EVALUATION OF PLATO AND TICCIT
160
COMMENTS ON THE PRESENTATION BY DUNCAN HANSEN
164
MINICOMPUTERS IN EDUCATION
166
A TELEVISIONBASED OPEN LEARNING MODEL
171
VIDEOTAPE APPLICATIONS IN ENGINEERING EDUCATION
181
CONCEPTS AND REALITIES
202
A REACTION TO PAPERS BY BALDWIN AND LEWIS
228
A TELEVISIONBASED OPEN LEARNING MODEL
232

DESIGN STRATEGY FOR EDUCATIONAL INNOVATION
91
PLATO
112
THE PSI PROJECT AT THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN
116
A FIVEYEAR RESEARCH PROGRAM
128
A MODEL FOR THE USE OF ACHIEVEMENT DATA IN AN INSTRUCTIONAL SYSTEM
144
READABILITY AND THE BEHAVIOR OF READERS
235
Personalized and Open Learning Environments
241
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
253
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