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ERIC Number: ED104391
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Apr
Pages: 12
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An Experimental Study Using College Students Comparing Forms of Audio and Visual Instruction with Forms of Feedback in Group Paced Programmed Instructional Sequences.
Nelson, Charles
To investigate the effectiveness of three variables in machine mediated small-group instruction, a three-year study is being conducted with 90 undergraduate and graduate students divided into groups of 15. Forms of media presentation, levels of learning and forms of feedback are varied among the groups, and their interactive as well as independent values studied. Among questions being investigated are: Which supportive visual media works best with audio-based instruction? What are the effects of the three forms of media on the acquisition of facts, concepts and skills? What form of feedback is best for an incorrect response? Conclusions will be given at the end of the study, now in its second year. (SK)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Note: Paper presented at the Association for Educational Communications and Technology Annual Convention (Dallas, Texas, April 13 through 17, 1975)