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The instructional design knowledge base; theory, research and practice.


The instructional design knowledge base; theory, research and practice.

Richey, Rita C. et al.



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Taking a broad view of instructional design, instructors and researchers of instructional technology Richey, Monica W. Tracy (both Wayne State U.), and James D. Klein (Arizona State U.) set out in some detail its knowledge base. They cover dimensions of an instructional design knowledge base, general systems theory, communication theory, learning theory, early instructional theory, media theory, conditions-based theory, constructivist design theory, performance improvement theory, and a taxonomy of the instructional design knowledge base.

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Date:Feb 1, 2011
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