Launching A Learning Center: A Case Study

Launching A Learning Center: A Case Study

Sorel Reisman (California State University, Fullerton, USA)
Copyright: © 1991 |Pages: 11
DOI: 10.4018/irmj.1991070102
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Abstract

Resource considerations often limit the degree to which educational institutions are able to duplicate technology-based successes that are commonplace in industry. For this reason, despite consistent reports of the success of interactive videodisc-based instruction in industry, many educational institutions have been slow to adopt the technology. In 1988, California State University, Fullerton initiated activities that resulted in establishing an interdisciplinary interactive videodisc learning center . Although the center was created on a minimal budget, the goals, standards, and procedures that were defined, indicate that even within budgetary limitations, industry successes can be replicated at public universities.

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