ERIC Number: ED298888
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1984
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Instructional Development: The State of the Art, II.
Bass, Ronald K., Ed.; Dills, Charles R., Ed.
Designed to serve both as a textbook and as a reference source for instructional developers who wish to keep up with developments in the field, this book presents a broad view of the field of instructional development (ID) together with in-depth descriptions of important new topics and the latest developments in the old ones. The 48 chapters, written by 63 authors, are divided into nine sections and 18 sub-sections according to the stages and management tasks of the ID process: (1) Introduction (ID as a Science or an Art); (2) Strategies (Meta-Theory, Practical Approaches); (3) Tactics (Basis of Design in Theory, Designs, Client-Developer Relations); (4) Logistics (Evaluation, Staff Relations); (5) Diffusion (Theories, Applications); (6) Applications (International, Military, Industry, Public Schools); (7) Personnel (Preparation of the Developers, Women); (8) Futures; and (9) Summary (The State of the Art). The text is supplemented by various tables and figures, references or notes are provided for 43 of 48 chapters, and both author and subject indexes are included. (Author/EW)
Publication Type: Books; Information Analyses; Opinion Papers
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Note: Published by Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company. For volume I, see ED 292 444; for individual chapters of volume II, see IR 013 274-321.