Videodisc Technology Use through 1986: A DELPHI Study.
Preliminary rept. Oct 75-Aug 76,
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CALIF
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A preliminary research effort to investigate the diffusion of videodisc technology in diverse environments over a 10-year period was undertaken to determine disc availability for future Navy training requirements. The DELPHI, a technique for eliciting judgments, was used as the primary research approach. It was concluded that, by 1986, the use of audiovisual formats will have increased and the use of videodisc technology will have reached sufficient levels to warrant immediate instructional systems development procedures of videodisc technology.
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