AECT's Technology in Instruction: Standards for college and university Learning Resources Programs... How viable for Australian institutions of higher education?
AbstractIn the autumn of 1988 AECT (the Association for Educational Communications and Technology) will publish the second edition of a document which provides American colleges and universities with definitive standards to be applied to their learning resources programs and centres. The author, having spent eighteen months in Australia, is also one of the co-authors of the document, and in this article raises the question of applicability of the Standards to Australian institutions of higher education.
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