Studies of Instructional Technology Relating to Computer-Assisted Instruction.
Final rept. Apr 66-Mar 71,
PITTSBURGH UNIV PA LEARNING RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER
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Experimental and methodological investigations are reported on learning phenomena and psychometric methods relevant to instructional technology and computer-assisted instruction. The report describes accomplishments and presents a listing of reports and products produced. The work is reported in terms of five areas of effort Adaptation of instructional environments to the learning characteristics of the individual trainee Computer testing, computer algorithms, and languages for experimental instructional systems Exploration of techniques for learner manipulation of subject matter The development of concepts and techniques for the analysis of subject-matter structures and Annual conferences on developments in learning relevant to instruction and development. Author
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