An On-Line Computer Managed Introduction to Indexing: An Individualized Multi-Media Instructional Package Compared to the Traditional Method, Nine Hours of Teacher-Group Contact.
FLORIDA STATE UNIV TALLAHASSEE COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION CENTER
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A systems approach model was used to develop a multi-media instructional package for a three weeks unit on indexing in a graduate library science course. The instructional package consisted of various combinations of media determined by following a curriculum model. The specific media combinations were cassette tapes to guide students at their own pace through introductory lectures and explanations of diagrams, 2 x 2 slides, sample indexes, specimen index cards, computer-assisted lessons, a programmed text and other suggested readings, search exercises with computer- and manually- searched indexes, a scheduled seminar with the professor, and optional individual as well as small group conferences. Author
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