Accession Number : ADA238530


Title :   Designing an Advanced Instructional Design Advisor: Principles of Instructional Design. Volume 2


Descriptive Note : Interim rept. Aug 89-Mar 91,


Corporate Author : MEI ASSOCIATES INC LEXINGTON MA


Personal Author(s) : Kintsch, Eileen ; Tennyson, Robert D. ; Gagne, Robert M. ; Muraida, Daniel J.


Full Text : http://www.dtic.mil/get-tr-doc/pdf?AD=ADA238530


Report Date : MAY 1991


Pagination or Media Count : 75


Abstract : The Advanced instructional Design Advisor (AIDA) is an R&D project being conducted by the Armstrong Laboratory Human Resources Directorate and is aimed at producing automated instructional design guidance for developers of computer-based instructional materials. The process of producing effective computer-based instructional materials is complex and time-consuming. Few experts exist to insure the effectiveness of the process. The content of this paper addresses the major implications for instruction based on cognitive and educational research. Principles such as the ones contained in this paper would comprise a substantial part of the knowledge base for the AIDA.


Descriptors :   *EDUCATION , INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS , ADVISORY ACTIVITIES , LABORATORIES , INSTRUCTIONS , COMPUTER AIDED INSTRUCTION , HUMAN RESOURCES , KNOWLEDGE BASED SYSTEMS


Subject Categories : PSYCHOLOGY
      COMPUTER PROGRAMMING AND SOFTWARE


Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE