Design strategy for learner-controlled courseware
Unlike other CAI systems which weight system design in favor of the biases of engineers and computer scientists, the TICCIT system is built around a coherent set of instructional principles, incorporated in a learner-control command language. In this paper some of the goals to be served by a CAI system were discussed, and the strategy, using the command language, for achieving these goals described.
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- Bunderson, C.V. "The TICCIT Project: Design Strategy for Educational Innovation." Published in final report of symposium. Harrison, S.A., and Stolurow, L.M. (Eds.). Educational Technologies: Productivity in Higher Education. Stony Brook, New York 11790: State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1974. This symposium was sponsored by The United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare.Google Scholar