A CONVERSATION ON INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN WITH ROBERT GAGNÉ AND DAVID MERRILL NO:3

Necmi Esgi, Omer Arslan

Abstract


The purpose of the study is to bring in the third part of diachronic conversation on instructional design with Robert Gagné and David Merrill to trancripts. This conversation was hosted by Utah State University, in the United States of America, in July 10, 1989. Throughout the history of instructional design, these two scientists are considered as the pioneers of the field and in these sessions, they summarize and compare their studies. In the third session, Gagné and Merrill represent their theories from their own perspectives.

 

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A CONVERSATION ON INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN WITH ROBERT GAGNÉ AND DAVID MERRILL NO:1

A CONVERSATION ON INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN WITH ROBERT GAGNÉ AND DAVID MERRILL NO:2

 

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Gagné, Merrill, conversation, instructional design

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https://archive.org/details/ConvInstDesign. retrived on 14.November, 2016.


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