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ERIC Number: ED140852
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1977-May
Reference Count: N/A
Design of Training Systems. Computerization of the Educational Technology Assessment Model. Volume 1.
Duffy, Larry B.; And Others
The Educational Technology Assessment Model (ETAM) is a set of comprehensive procedures and variables for the analysis, synthesis, and decision making, in regard to the benefits, costs, and risks associated with introducing technical innovations in education and training. This final report summarizes the analysis, design, and development activities associated with the ETAM. It contains relevant background information and results of prior studies leading to the finalized ETAM procedures and computerized routines. A comparison of the manual versus the automated approach is included. Data base structures and the ETAM program flow are described and related to each other. The appendix (IR 004 982) includes the results of a study on the indexing of innovations and the assignment of taxonomic descriptors to courses, job/tasks, and instructional vehicles. The appendix also includes program documentation on the ETAM Range-of-Effect, bibliographic references, and additional information supporting the ETAM design. (Author/DAG)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Naval Training Equipment Center, Orlando, FL. Training Analysis and Evaluation Group.
Authoring Institution: International Business Machines Corp., Cape Canaveral, FL.