Australian Society for Educational Technology

Designing for Learning in
Industry and Education

This book contains selected papers from EdTech'88, the Biennial Conference of the Australian Society for Educational Technology, held at the Canberra College of Advanced Education, Canberra, Australia, 27-29 September 1988.
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Contents EdTech'88

Garth BoomerIntroductioniv
Dick FletcherThe implications of laser optical disc formats in formal and distance education1-5
Paul JohnsonIntroduction to the IBM Interactive Satellite Education Network6-8
Andrew Greig and John G HedbergAn Educational Television Network for Australia: Why, how and when9-12
Henrietta ClarkABC Television and adult education13-18
Ian HamiltonThe Special Broadcasting Service: A window of opportunity for the nation's educators19
Dieter KammComputer science education using media20-29
Andrew R ButcherPractical applications of technology within distance education30
Neil A ShawInteractive audio in education and training: Applications of CD-ROM31-36
Philip WallaceA review of ab initio pilot training37-39
Margaret AllanRedesigning for learning40-42
Kay Fielden and James SteeleHyperCard and interactive video43-50
Malcolm J Morrison and Pascal GrantThe Elaboration Theory Model of instructional design: HyperCard - new perspectives on learner controlled CAL 51-57
Richard F LewisCustomising Sesame Street for Canadian children58-67
David M GoldsmithThe impact of computer based training on technical training in industry68
Judi Brown-ParkerWorksite exercises and serialised programs: Designing practical application into industry training programmes69-76
Brian FowlerIntegrating theory and practice in educational technology courses77-80
Lesley Richardson and Tom DuncanComputer graphics you can afford81-82
Peter SmithLearning styles: An example of some research towards meeting resources based learning needs83-89
John G HedbergTechnology, continuing education and open learning or Technology 1 - Bureaucracy 090-94
Sue McNamaraThe "How do I ..." and "What happens if ...?" of using individualised learning materials95-102
Beatrice HamiltonDesigning training for industry: Ripples in a pond103-107
Ian HartVideo and language teaching: A French-Australian co-production108-112
Warwick Matthews and John BrookshawDistance education in the Mallee Secondary College Cluster113-116
Bob MillerDesigning learning delivery systems to improve access, quality and productivity of TAFE courses117-125
Ortrun Zuber-SkerrittEliciting personal constructs of research, teaching and/or professional development126-135
Grahame RamsayPasswords: A functional approach to teaching language by television136-144
Evan ThomasRedesigning para-professional courses for industry145-149
William E Cartwright and David D FraserFrom manual map production to computer assisted cartography150-159
Cyril DriverThe use of marginal notes to improve tertiary text160-166
Ann WilsonThe development of external course material167-177
Allan Yarrow and Jan MillwaterEducational media in primary schools: A decade of development?178-189
John Dekkers and Neale KempComputer-aided publishing as a tool for preparing instructional text190-205
Roberta Abell and Brian DoigCreating classroom materials with modern technology206-207
Peter Hosie and Duncan JamiesonPlenty of chaff - some wheat: Evaluating CBT authoring packages for industry and education208-223
Douglas Magin and Alex ChurchesWhat do students learn from self and peer assessment?224-233

Bibliographic details

Steele, James and Hedberg, John G (Eds) (1988). Designing for Learning in Industry and Education. Proceedings of EdTech'88, Canberra College of Advanced Education, 27-29 September 1988. pp iv+234. Canberra: AJET Publications. ISBN 0 7316 4335 6

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