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ERIC Number: ED065739
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Sep
Pages: 592
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The Use of Educational Knowledge; Evaluation of the Pilot State Dissemination Program. Volume 1: Goals, Operations and Training. Final Report.
Sieber, Sam D.; And Others
The Pilot State Dissemination Program of the National Center for Educational Communication, carried out in three target states by field agents, is evaluated as to goals, procedures, and outcomes. The seven parts of Volume I, and their chapters, are as follows: Part I, Goals: Alternative Goals of Extension-Retrieval Projects; Part II, Field Agent Roles in Education: The Inout Interaction Phase; Relations with the Retrieval Staff--Referring and Screening; The Output Interaction Phase--Delivering and Assistant; A Statistical Profile of Field Agents' Activities and Clients' Evaluation; Part III, The Information Retrieval Process; Establishing an Information Retrieval Center--Problems and Solutions; Operating an Information Retrieval Center--The Process and Its Determinants; Summary and Conslusions Regarding Retrieval Activities; Part IV, Organizational Issues: Issues in the Internal Management of Extension-Retrieval Projects; Inter-Organizational Relations; Part V, Training: The Training of Project Staff--Methods, Outcomes and Continuing Needs; Part VI, Outcomes of the Program: Outcomes of Field Activities; Outcomes of the Retrieval Process; and Part VII, Recommendations: Recommendations for Future Projects. (For related document, see ED 065 740.) (DB)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Columbia Univ., New York, NY. Bureau of Applied Social Research.