A Guide to Instructional Uses of Microform
Final rept. Jul 1970-Jul 1971
DENVER RESEARCH INST CO
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The guide presents information on the use of microforms in a training environment to provide basic background on microforms as a distinct communications medium and to illustrate the steps required in operationalizing the use of microforms in a training sequence. A review of the material to be presented resulted in the preparation of three chapters for the instruction of individuals requiring an understanding of the subject 1 general information on microforms to include definitions and explanations of terms, materials, and concepts applications and acceptance new techniques and processes costs and information sources 2 the use of microforms in a direct instructional mode and the relationships of microform capabilities to training applications and 3 the considerations to be taken into account in any specific instructional application, which include a plan for instructional materials, a plan for delivery, and a plan for use as well as an outline for design and implementation of such an operation.
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