ERIC Number: ED235787
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1983
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Educational Considerations, Spring 1983.
Hortin, John A., Ed.; Teague, Fred A., Ed.
Educational Considerations, v10 n2 Spring 1983
Crucial, technologically oriented issues currently facing educators are addressed in the following 11 articles: (1) "The Definition of Educational Technology: An Emerging Stability," by Donald P. Ely; (2) "Media Applications to Instruction: Current Theoretical Considerations," by Gerald M. Torkelson; (3) "The Dilemma of Visualized Research: Lack of Practitioner Involvement and Implementation," by Francis M. Dwyer; (4) "Processing Spatial Media," by William D. Winn; (5) "Involving Students in the Instructional Design Process," by John A. Hortin; (6) "Microcomputers: Where Did They Come From? What Will We Do with Them?" by Fred A. Teague and Doug Rogers; (7) "On First Encountering LOGO; Some Questions for Further Research," by Michael J. Streibel; (8) "Instructional Technology and Decision Making," by Robert Heinich; (9) "Educational Technology in the Near-Term Future," by Kent L. Gustafson; (10) "Picture as Visual Text," by Ann DeVaney Becker; and (11) "The Next Decade of Instructional Technology Research," by Richard E. Clark. Most of the articles provide a reference list. (LMM)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Cognitive Processes, Decision Making, Definitions, Educational Technology, Illustrations, Instructional Design, Intermode Differences, Media Research, Microcomputers, Research Needs, Visual Stimuli
Business Manager, Educational Considerations, College of Education, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS 66506 ($4.00 per year; $1.50 for single copies).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Opinion Papers
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Authoring Institution: Kansas State Univ., Manhattan. Coll. of Education.