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Proceedings of the fifth annual Conference on Interactive Videodisc in Education and Training
Conference on Interactive Videodisc in Education and Training (5th 1983 Warrenton, Va.)
in Warrenton, Va. : The Society
Written in English
|Statement||sponsored by Society for Applied Learning Technology, August 24-26, 1983.|
|Contributions||Society for Applied Learning Technology.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||74 p. :|
|Number of Pages||74|
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This symposium was a working meeting to develop an agenda for future action in education regarding videodisc technology. Following an introduction, three major presentations are provided: "An Introduction to Videodisc Technology" (Ronald W. Nugent); "Videodisc Applications and Implications for Education" (Orbry Holden); and "Planning Videodiscs in the Little Red Schoolhouse" (Ward Sybouts).Author: Ward Sybouts, Dorothy Jo Stevens.
Ketner, W. Videodisc interactive two-dimensional equipment dings of the Fourth Annual Conference on Video Learning Systems: Videodisc for Military Training and Simulation, (pp. 18–20). Google ScholarCited by: Presents findings from a literature review on interactive videodisc technology, interactive videodisc-based training, computer-assisted instruction, and their translations into effective instructional applications.
Issues in educational development and application, guidelines for using graphics and other video effects, instructor and student roles, instructional improvements, optional Cited by: Training and Development Journal, v41 n10 p Oct The authors present an interview with a fictional expert in development of interactive videodisc training packages.
Topics discussed include design, budgeting, process roles, and by: 1. The need for technological solutions to learning, in the software engineering field is increasing. The Advanced Learning Technologies Project (ALT) has developed a highly interactive, high-fidelity Author: M StevensScott.
The Educational Potential of Linking a Videodisc and an Expert System Article (PDF Available) in Proceedings / the Annual Symposium on Computer Application [sic] in Medical Care. Leinhardt, G. Modeling and measuring educational treatment in evaluation. Review of EducationaIResearch, 50, Lent, R.
(, August). Case studies: Cost justification of interactive video in key industries. Paper presented at the Sixth Annual Conference on Interactive Videodisc In Education and Training, Washington, by: 6. Wolf C iWeaver Proceedings of the fifth Australasian conference on Computing education - Vol () Mu X, Marchionini G and Pattee A The interactive shared educational environment Proceedings of the 3rd ACM/IEEE-CS joint conference on Digital libraries, ().
Pammer-Schindler V, Thalmann S, Fessl A and Füssel J Virtualizing faceface trainings for training senior professionals Proceedings of the Fifth Annual ACM Conference on Learning at Scale, () Fazal M, Ferguson S and Johnston A Investigating Concurrent Speech-based Designs for Information Communication Proceedings of the Audio Mostly Full text of "ERIC ED Restructuring Training and Education through dings of the Annual Conference of the Association for the Development of Computer-Based Instructional Systems (32nd, San Diego, California, October November 1, ).
Interactive Videodisc Case Studies for Medical Education. These interactive case studies embody dramatic, lifelike portrayals of the social and medical conditions of a patient and allow uncued, verbal intervention by the student for independent clinical decisions.
Articles from Proceedings of the Annual Symposium on Computer Application Cited by: A scheme for classifying interactive video hardware by 'levels of intelligence' (based on a three-level scheme developed by the Nebraska Design/Production Group) is outlined in the second section.
Emphasizing learner interaction with visuals, the third section focuses on the advantages of interactive video over other computer-based systems for instructional : Barbara L. Grabowski.
This study was performed in response to the Department of Defense Appropriations Bill, which directed the Department of Defense to conduct a study on the use of interactive videodisk technology in education and training as it pertains to effectiveness, cost effectiveness, time on task, retention, and overall applicability to current and future Department of Defense (DoD) training and Author: J.
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SUMMARY As the technical sophistication of military weapon and supportCited by: 3. Interactive videodisc has been proclaimed the technology which will, at last, revolutionize education. The potential for individualized learning and user control, the possibility of responsive feedback, and the integration of various media resources have all been cited as characteristics of this “new wave” in education using interactive Cited by: In response to Congressional direction, a quantitative, analytical review (a meta-analysis) was completed of interactive videodisc instruction applied in Defense training and in the related settings of industrial training and higher education.
Over all instructional settings and applications, interactive videodisc instruction was found to improve achievement by about standard deviations Cited by: Interactive Videodisc: An Emerging Technology for Educators.
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Washington, D.C., Google ScholarCited by: 4. An improvement of was observed across 14 studies in higher education (roughly an increase from 50th to 75th percentile achievement).
Interactive videodisc instruction was more effective the more the interactive features of the medium were used. It was equally effective for .Lamprou A and Repenning A Teaching how to teach computational thinking Proceedings of the 23rd Annual ACM Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education, () Tsur M and Rusk N Scratch Microworlds Proceedings of the 49th ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education, ().within an Interactive videodisc-based training environment.
It presents a concept whereby Interactive videodisc training delivery system Is managed by a minicomputer-driven system, offering curriculum and records management capabilIties as welI as operational capabilities that drive the videodisc-based training workstations.