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Luker, Mark; And Others – CAUSE/EFFECT, 1995
Recently the University of Wisconsin-Madison merged three existing but disparate technology-related units into a single division reporting to a chief information officer. The new division faced many challenges, beginning with the need to restructure the old units into a cohesive new organization. The restructuring process, based on structural…
Descriptors: Change Strategies, College Administration, Cybernetics, Higher Education
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Boyd, Gary McI.; Mitchell, P. David – Computers and Education, 1992
Discusses intelligent computer-aided learning (ICAL) support systems and considers learner characteristics as elements of ICAL student models. Cybernetic theory and attribute-treatment results are discussed, six components of a student model for tutoring are described, and methods for determining the student's model of the tutor are examined. (22…
Descriptors: Aptitude Treatment Interaction, Cognitive Style, Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer System Design
Leonardi, Magda Farago – Rassegna Italiana di Linguistica Applicata, 1992
Examines how conductors and orchestras communicate. Communication is essentially nonverbal. Conductors use gestures, gaze, facial expression, nods and posture to deliver their message. Norbert Weiner's Cybernetic Theory of human communication is seen as a means of analyzing precisely how this musical communication takes place. (16 references) (LET)
Descriptors: Body Language, Communication Research, Cybernetics, Feedback
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Tymms, P. B. – School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 1995
Summarizes a survey and two experiments designed to compare teachers' and department heads' use of, and attitudes toward, England's A Level Information System (ALIS). Conclusions are linked to theories of change, cybernetics, and a view of education regarding researchers and teachers as coinvestigators. Experimentation within school-effectiveness…
Descriptors: College Preparation, Computer Managed Instruction, Educational Practices, Foreign Countries
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Sovik, Nils – Journal of Experimental Education, 1980
A description is given of an experiment investigating the applicability of a cybernetic theory in teaching children psychomotor skills. Results showed a learning effect in copying for younger subjects, in tracing for older subjects, and in tracking for all subjects. (GK)
Descriptors: Age Differences, Elementary Education, Eye Hand Coordination, Feedback
LaGrandeur, Kevin – 1997
Computer mediated communication (CMC) tends to erase power structures because such communication somehow undermines or escapes discursive limits. Online discussions seem to promote rhetorical experimentation on the part of the participants. Finding a way to explain disparities between electronic discussion and oral discussion has proven difficult.…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Computer Attitudes, Computer Mediated Communication, Computer Uses in Education
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Garrido, Paulo – Learning Organization, 2009
Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to analyze to which point collective intelligence (CI) concepts and ideas, as applied to organizations, can contribute to enlarge the conceptual basis for business sustainability (BS). Design/methodology/approach: The paper is written from an engineer-minded, systemic and cybernetic perspective. It begins by…
Descriptors: Business, Sustainable Development, Intelligence, Group Behavior
Daniel, John S. – Engineering Education, 1975
Presents a learning theory in the language of cybernetics based on the tenet that the minimal experimental situation for making psychological observations is a conversation. The account is directed at generating interest in the original work by G. Pask, et al. (GS)
Descriptors: Cybernetics, Educational Psychology, Engineering Education, Instruction
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Bopry, Jeanette – Educational Technology Research and Development, 1999
Discusses educational technology as a form of technical rationality and considers the conflict between practitioners' epistemological position as constructivists and technical rationality. Topics include cybernetics; autonomous systems theory; enactive constructivism; representation versus effective action; mind and memory; enaction in artificial…
Descriptors: Artificial Intelligence, Constructivism (Learning), Cybernetics, Educational Technology
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Kyler, David Clinton – Journal of Environmental Education, 1984
Discusses conceptual models of thought that have recently emerged to confront the conventional approaches to analysis and solution to complex environmental problems. In addition to a critical attack on the tradition of specialization and reductionism, several models are summarized that originated from ecology, cybernetics, and system theory. (BC)
Descriptors: Conflict Resolution, Cybernetics, Decision Making, Ecology
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Agostino, Andrew; And Others – Canadian Journal of Educational Communication, 1989
Presents eight responses to an article in a previous issue by Mitchell, "The Future of Educational Technology Is Past." Highlights include the theory of educational technology, the future of the field of educational technology, cybernetics, educational psychology, systems theory, the role of teachers, control systems, computer assisted…
Descriptors: Computer Assisted Instruction, Cybernetics, Educational Psychology, Educational Technology
Smith, Karl U.; Smith, Margaret Foltz – 1966
This book presents the cybernetic theory of learning and the evidence which supports it. Learning is more than the openloop forming of new stimulus-response associations--it is a process of reorganization of sensory feedback within a closed loop, or pattern, which increases the learner's level of control over his own behavior and the stimuli in…
Descriptors: Behavior, Behavior Change, Behavior Theories, Behavioral Science Research
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Luppicini, Rocci – Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 2003
This theoretical paper uses cybernetic-based approaches and communications theory to advance knowledge of constructivist learning. Explores a cyber-constructivist perspective (CCP) as a tool for increasing awareness of factors that may contribute to effective constructivist educational design within learning communities, and discusses advantages…
Descriptors: Communications, Constructivism (Learning), Cybernetics, Instructional Design
Ericson, Richard F. – 1969
Prepared for the International Congress of Cybernetics, Imperial College, University of London, September 4, 1969, this paper is concerned with man in organizations. The major hypothesis explored is that managers of large enterprises--public or private, in any context--have an increasingly urgent socio-humanistic responsibility to create…
Descriptors: Cybernetics, Humanism, Interaction, Man Machine Systems
Hinst, Klaus – 1971
The Center for Educational Technology (Bildungstechnologisches Zentrum -- BTZ) is a research, development, and implementation (R and D) organization set up by the State of Hesse, West Germany. It has the novel (for Germany) function of being a middleman between politics, research, and educational practice in developing curriculum for German pre-,…
Descriptors: Administrative Organization, Curriculum Study Centers, Educational Development, Educational Planning
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