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Instructional software : principles and perspectives for design and use

Author: Decker F Walker; Robert D Hess
Publisher: Belmont, Calif. : Wadsworth Pub. Co., ©1984.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Decker F Walker; Robert D Hess
ISBN: 0534014593 9780534014599
OCLC Number: 9685365
Description: xi, 308 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Computer-assisted instruction : current trends and critical issues / Jack A. Chambers and Jerry W. Sprecher --
Microcomputers in education : cognitive and social design principles / Thomas W. Malone and James Levin --
The psychological principles underlying the design of computer-based instructional systems / J. Roger Hartley and Kenneth Lovell --
Planning and authoring computer-assisted instruction lessons / Robert M. Gagné, Walter Wager, and Alicia Rojas --
Toward a theory of intrinsically motivating instruction / Thomas W. Malone --
Production systems for computer-based learning / Alfred Bork --
The technology of interaction- dialogue programming rules / Brian R. Gaines --
A human-factors style guide for program design / Henry Simpson --
Designing interactions between students and computers / Jamesine Friend and James D. Milojkovic --
Implementation techniques for interactive computer-assisted learning programs / T. Balman --
Advisement and management strategies as design variables in computer-assisted instruction / Robert D. Tennyson and Thomas Buttrey --
Computer applications in special education / G. Phillip Cartwright --
Some rules for good simulations / Neil C. Rowe --
Levels of evaluation for computer-based instruction / Thomas C. Reeves and Richard M. Lent --
Evaluation in courseware development / Decker F. Walker and Robert D. Hess --
Effects of computer-based teaching on secondary school students / James A. Kulik, Robert L. Bangert, and George W. Williams --
Computerized adaptive testing : principles and directions / Charles B. Kreitzberg, Martha L. Stocking, and Len Swanson --
The future of programming / Anthony I. Wasserman and Steven Gutz --
The use of artificial intelligence techniques in computer-assisted instruction : an overview / Alice Gable and Carl V. Page --
Diagnostic models for procedural bugs in basic mathematical skills / John Seely Brown and Richard R. Burton --
Observations about the application of artificial intelligence research to education / Patrick Suppes.
Responsibility: [edited by] Decker F. Walker, Robert D. Hess.

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