Strategies for change in information programs / edited by William E. Hug
- Hug, William E
- New York : R. R. Bowker Co., 1974.
- Physical Description:
- ix, 373 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
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- The subtle and ubiquitous nature of change: Wasserman, P. Professional adaptation: library education mandate. Meadow, C. T. Issues in information technology in the United States. McAnally, A. M. and Downs, R. B. The changing role of directors of university libraries. Oettinger, A. G. and Zapol, N. Will information technologies help learning? Steere, B. F. Ex-innovators as barriers to change. Evers, J. L. Mediacy means understanding metaphor. Victoria, J. A language for affective education. Bailey, S. K. Conflict management: the lessons of political theory. Tallmadge, G. K. and Shearer, J. W. Relationships among learning styles, instructional methods, and the nature of learning experiences. Gagné, R. M. Learning theory, educational media, and individualized instruction. Boulding, K. E. The entropy trap. Hug, W. E. Management as a parameter adjuster -- Alternative strategies or ways to aim at a moving target: Atherton, P. Putting knowledge to work in today's library schools. Beilke, P. F. Field experiences for media specialists. Sieber, S. D., Louis, K. S., and Metzger, L. The use of educational knowledge. Weaver, W. T. The Delphi forecasting method. Hill, J. E. How schools can apply system analysis. Homme, L. A behavior technology exists--here and now. Shera, J. H. Documentation into information science. Kuehl, P. G. Marketing perspectives for ERIC-like information systems. Wolek, F. W. Preparation for interpersonal communication. Tosti, D. T. and Ball, J. R. A behavioral approach to instructional design and media selection. Weinthaler, J. and Rotberg, J. M. The systematic selection of instructional materials based on an inventory of learning abilities and skills. Hug, W. E. Curriculum renewal: are we prepared?
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographies.
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