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ERIC Number: ED064936
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Jan
Pages: 211
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A Study of Cost-Effectiveness Analysis with Implication for Instructional Decision-Making.
Pearson, Robert Hardy
A study was designed to explore what cost-effectiveness methods are being used, determine what differences exist between the methods, and recommend the most appropriate cost-effectiveness analysis method for instructional design. Analysis of questionnaires sent to appropriate institutions led to the finding that cost-effectiveness analyses differ in their level of analysis, analytical process used, and choice of elements in the steps of the standard procedures of cost-effectiveness analysis. A further questionnaire investigated acutal choices and preferences and noted that an analyst actually is restricted to the choice between the tabular display technique and the analytical model technique, with the tabular display technique slightly preferred. (RH)
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Note: Thesis submitted to the School of Education of Syracuse University