ERIC Number: ED033399
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Aug
Reference Count: 0
Educational Information System Requirements: The Next Two Decades.
Loughary, John W., Ed.; Tondow, Murray, Ed.
In August, 1967, a conference was held at the University of Oregon to identify, forecast, and discuss the evolving requirements of educational information systems. The general purpose of the conference was stated as follows: if chaos is to be avoided in educational systems by the mid 1970's, intensive research development efforts in the field of educational system requirements must be mounted. While much has been written about systems requirements, the educational community is in need of a summarizing statement regarding what has been done and what most needs to be done regarding educational information system requirements in the next one to two decades. The general purpose of the conference was to produce a statement, representing the thinking of a select group of educators and information science specialists representing the several sectors of education. The papers in this volume constitute the beginnings of such a statement which has since served as a basis for further dialogue throughout the country and abroad. (Author/CJ)
Descriptors: Computer Science, Conference Reports, Curriculum Design, Educational Administration, Educational Change, Educational Finance, Educational Objectives, Information Systems, Instructional Materials, Teacher Education
Attention: John W. Loughary, School of Education, the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon 97403 ($2.25 per Copy; Foreign Orders should add $1.00 for Postage).
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Office of Naval Research, Washington, DC.; Oregon Univ., Eugene.
Authoring Institution: Oregon Univ., Eugene. School of Education.
Note: This paper was presented at a Conference held at the University of Oregon, Eugene, Oregon, during August, 1967