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ERIC Number: ED069757
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Jun
Pages: 26
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Introduction to Computer Managed Instruction and the Automated Instructional Management System.
Fritz, Kentner V.; Levy, Lynn B.
Counseling Center Reports, v5 n8 Jun 1972
Computer Managed Instruction (CMI) uses the computer to collect and process information to meet an increasing demand for individualized instruction. Learning goals are expressed in terms of behavioral objectives for a given curriculum. Student performance is monitored through computer input and feedback; this allows an accurate and frequent check on a student's progress. A pre-test, diagnosis, prescription, and post-test sequence is used to establish objectives and to evaluate performance. The Automated Instructional Management Systems (AIMS) developed at New York Institute of Technology is a CMI system which emphasizes collection monitoring, student progress, and prescription information. (Author/RS)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Counseling Center.