Brigham Young University. Department of Instructional Science
CitationBYU Organizational History website, via WWW, Apr. 2, 2014 (Department of Instructional Science; formed in 1986 in reorganization of Department of Curriculum and Instructional Science; under administration of College of Education; provided instruction in educational research, evaluation, measurement, instructional design, and materials production; offered master's and Ph.D. degrees; chair: Paul F. Merrill (1986-1988); reorganized as the Department of Instructional Psychology and Technology under the David O. McKay School of Education)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Series — Carton: 2, Folder: 44-51
Identifier: UA 5392 Series 2
Scope and Contents Contains guidebooks, articles, and course notes, as well as notes on instructor evaluation. Materials approximately date from between 1955 and 1982.
Series — Carton: 4
Identifier: UA 5392 Series 4
Scope and Contents Contains course materials on instructional research, a photocopy of a dissertation on student learning strategies, and a T.E.A.M. Problem Solving instructors guide. Also includes planning materials related to Mutual Improvement Association activities in Menlo Park, California. Materials date between approximately 1973 and 1981.
Series — Carton: 1, Folder: 1-43
Identifier: UA 5392 Series 1
Scope and Contents Contains articles, sample student assignments, and reports associated with curriculum design. Materials date from between 1967 and 1981.
Identifier: UA 5392
Overview Collection contains records of the Department of Instructional Psychology and Technology from 1979 to 1986. Included in the records are course notes, class readings, subject files, project files, and a few unidentified slides.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: UA 1310
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two series. The first series contains information about the Dept. of Instructional Science. Reports, evaluations, self-studies, accreditations, research articles, and missionary research data are included. The second series consists of oversized materials, namely audiocassettes and miscellaneous electronic equipment.