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Independent Learning Materials in Library Science Instruction [microform] : A Report of a Series of Experiments on the Efficacy of a Programed Text Developed in the Articulated Instructional Media Program at the Library School of the University of Wisconsin / Richard D. Walker
Bib ID 5196259
Format BookBook, MicroformMicroform, OnlineOnline
Author
Walker, Richard D
 
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Description [Washington, D.C.] : Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 1968 
37 p. 
Summary

As part of the Articulated Instructional Media (AIM) program at the University of Wisconsin which is intended to extend higher education to people who would not otherwise have opportunities for study, the Library School program was conducted to develop independent study courses for the four beginning core areas of librarianship. The purpose of this present study was to evaluate the first segment of the cataloging course which was used in three library science programs. The experiment involved four classes in cataloging and classification in which the control groups were taught by regular instructors and conventional lecture-laboratory methods and the experimental groups used the materials developed for independent study. These materials consisted of a programed text, an index, a number of appendices, resumes of the materials programed, and a group of books assembled for use in the final session. It was concluded that: (1) the learning achievement of students using the independent study materials is sufficiently high to justify their use in teaching the same material now taught by conventional classroom methods, (2) students using the materials reacted favorably to them, and (3) retention of subject matter learned through independent study is not different from the retention of those students who had been taught in classroom situations. The attitude questionnaire showing student responses is appended. (JB)

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Sponsoring Agency: Carnegie Corp. of New York, NY.

May also be available online. Address as at 14/8/18: https://eric.ed.gov/

Reproduction Microfiche. [Washington D.C.]: ERIC Clearinghouse microfiches : positive. 
Subjects Cataloging.  |  Classification.  |  Course Evaluation.  |  Educational Innovation.  |  Educational Methods.  |  Independent Study.  |  Instructional Materials.  |  Library Education.  |  Library Schools.  |  Library Science.  |  Programed Instruction.  |  Programed Instructional Materials.  |  Textbooks.  |  Articulated Instructional Media Program  |  AIM
Other authors/contributors Wisconsin Univ., Madison. Library School
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