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ERIC Number: ED019917
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Mar
Pages: 4
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Reference Count: 0
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DIAL ACCESS INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS, CIRCA--1967.
NABER, RICHARD H.
TO REALIZE THE FULL POTENTIAL OF DIAL ACCESS INFORMATION RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS (DAIRS), GREATER AMOUNTS OF CREATIVE PROGRAMED MATERIAL MUST BE PRODUCED AND MADE READILY AVAILABLE TO TEACHERS SO THAT CLASSROOM TIME MAY BE USED MORE CONSTRUCTIVELY, AND TEACHERS MUST CHANGE FROM TEACHER-ORIENTED TO PUPIL-DIRECTED LEARNING ACTIVITIES SO THAT DAIRS CAN BEST AID THE INDEPENDENT LEARNER. INNOVATIVE TEACHERS IN ILLINOIS SCHOOLS HAVE MADE FLEXIBLE, ADVANTAGEOUS USE OF THE SYSTEM. INNOVATIONS INCLUDE DECENTRALIZED POSITIONING OF STUDENT DIALS TO FACILITATE INDEPENDENT DRILL, EXERCISES AND ACTIVITY SHEETS COORDINATED TO AUDIO PROGRAMS THAT MEET INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES, AND TEAM TEACHING SYSTEMS WHICH COORDINATE BOTH INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP USE OF DAIRS. CLOSED-CIRCUIT SYSTEMS TO PROVIDE STUDENTS WITH ACCESS TO TAPES ARE UNDER DEVELOPMENT, AND THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CIRCLE CAMPUS, IS STUDYING THE POSSIBILITY OF AN OPEN SYSTEM WHICH WILL PROVIDE NATIONAL DIRECT CONTACT WITH TAPE BANKS VIA TELEPHONE. THIS ARTICLE APPEARED IN THE "ILLINOIS JOURNAL OF EDUCATION," VOLUME 59, NUMBER 3, MARCH 1968, PAGES 51-54. (AR)
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Authoring Institution: Illinois State Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Springfield.
Identifiers: ILLINOIS; UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS; University of Illinois Chicago Circle Campus