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ERIC Number: ED035411
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Dec
Pages: 28
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Systems Analysis of a Learning Resources Center.
Carman, Robert A.
This paper examines the needs of the failure-oriented junior college student, presents the learning resources center as a major tool in junior college instruction, and develops a systems approach to the design of a comprehensive learning resources center. Since junior colleges accept a full range of students, including many of low ability, conventional teaching methods are not adequate. Teaching the junior college student requires special attention to motivation, guidance, basic skills, instructional support, and instructional design. The learning resources center can help to meet these needs by providing an integrated facility where the student can develop needed skills, a positive attitude towards learning, and the ability to use the counseling resources provided by the college. Also it can provide the administration with information on the characteristics of the students served. The components of the learning resources center and their integration into a unified system are described. (MS)
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Note: Seminar paper