CONSULTING REPORT: THE TEXT OF AN ORIENTATION WORKSHOP IN AUTOMATED INSTRUCTION.
HUMAN RESOURCES RESEARCH OFFICE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIV ALEXANDRIA VA
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The materials were designed to accomplish the following objectives 1 To provide a quite comprehensive description of what programmed instruction is, and of what is involved in the systematic development of programs. 2 To indicate some of the advantages of adopting programmed instruction and to point out some of the problems that can be foreseen. 3 To provide information that will be useful in making decisions about the applicability of this type of instruction for specific training situations. 4 To provide sufficient general knowledge in the area to assist training personnel in making realistic evaluations and judicious decisions regarding the growing number of proposals from outside agencies to program Army courses. Author
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