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)
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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.