Educational Technology Research and Development

, Volume 45, Issue 3, pp 57–62

ETR&D-development: An analysis of content and survey of future direction

  • James D. Klein
Development

Abstract

This article reports on a study conducted to provide information on the direction of the development section of Educational Technology, Research and Development (ETR&D). The first part of the study involved an analysis of each article published in ETR&D-Development from 1989–1997. The second part of the study consisted of a survey of consulting editors to determine their perceptions of the topics and the types of articles that should be published in ETR&D-Development. The results will be used to guide the Development Editor in soliciting and selecting articles for publication in the journal.

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© Association for Educational Communications and Technology 1997

Authors and Affiliations

  • James D. Klein
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  1. 1.the Development Editor of Educational Technology Research and DevelopmentUSA

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