THEORY AND RESEARCH IN INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
AbstractA general aim of this paper is to clarify the heritage of instructional technology and to put it in its proper context vis-à-vis the audiovisual movement. A specific aim is to show the relationship between diverse theories and the kinds of technologies of instruction which have evolved out of these conceptions. Finally, a redefinition of the prevailing concept of instructional media, one which holds the promise for a more fruitful media research endeavor, will be proposed.
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