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Title: Studies in the use of programmed learning in higher technological education
Authors: Unwin, D.J.
Issue Date: 1966
Publisher: © D.J. Unwin
Abstract: Programmed Learning is a new educational technique which permits a student to acquire knowledge by largely individual study. The method has arisen historically out of the work of eminent psychologists, but there is wide divergence of opinion regarding the theories and variables underlying the construction, use and effectiveness of programmes. Programmes were written on the topics Determinants and Alternating Current Theory by the author in collaboration with lecturing staff. Draft programmes were tested on small groups of students and subsequently revised on the basis of this experience. Revised programmes were administered to larger groups. [Continues.]
Description: Thesis submitted by for the Associateship of Loughborough College of Technology.
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Sponsor: Loughborough College of Technology, Research Committee.
URI: https://dspace.lboro.ac.uk/2134/36807
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