Characteristics of effective instructional technology
Series or Serial: Mosaic: Research Notes on Literacy, Vol. 4, No. 2
Publisher: Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy
Published At: University Park, PA
Date Published: 1994
Distributor: Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy
Source Address: 204 Calder Way, Suite 209
Source City/State/Zip: University Park PA 16801
Material Type: Article
Intended Audience: General
Physical Media: Print
Subjects: Educational Technology; Computer Assisted Instruction; Computer Software Development
This article summarizes characteristics of effective instructional technology within the context of software development at the Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy. Included are interaction, feedback, learner control, learner-controlled accessories, directions and help, consistency, organization, graphics, assessment and record-keeping, customization, and instructor's manual. References are given.
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