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ERIC Number: ED017016
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 23
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COMPUTER ASSISTED COUNSELING. PROGRESS REPORT NO. 1.
FREDERICK, FRANZ J.; ROBERTS, TOMMY L.
PRESENT HUMAN COUNSELING SYSTEMS DO NOT PROVIDE ADEQUATE ACCESS TO VARIOUS DATA REQUIRED FOR THE FORMULATION OF "INTELLIGENT" DECISIONS ON THE PART OF THE STUDENT. A TAXONOMY OF DECISION SITUATIONS SHOWS THAT NINE OF THE 12 DECISION MODES REQUIRE THE USE OF A RAPID ACCESS INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEM OR COMPUTER. AT LEAST FIVE OF THE DECISION MODES ALSO REQUIRE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE COMPUTER AND THE STUDENT. SUCH INTERACTIVE DECISION MODES ARE NOT BEING EXTENSIVELY STUDIED IN CURRENTLY OPERATING PROJECTS. OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY'S PROJECT, PLANNED FOR 1967-68, WILL HAVE THE CAPABILITY OF INVESTIGATING ANY OF THE NINE DECISION MODES USING A CLUSTER OF 10 STUDENT DECISIONS. THE PROJECT'S THEORETICAL CONCERNS AND LEVELS OF SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT ARE PRESENTED SCHEMATICALLY. ACTUAL DEVELOPMENT, TRIAL, AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE SYSTEM ARE CONSIDERED PHASES WHICH REQUIRE OUTSIDE FUNDING AND PUBLIC SCHOOL PARTICIPATION. THE PROPOSAL, AS OUTLINED, HAS BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE U.S. OFFICE OF EDUCATION FOR CONSIDERATION UNDER TITLE III OF THE ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT. (NS)
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Authoring Institution: Oklahoma State Univ., Stillwater. Research Foundation.
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