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Using interactive videodisc to teach instrument calibration

Authors
Journal
ISA Transactions
0019-0578
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
29
Issue
3
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/0019-0578(90)90006-7
Disciplines
  • Engineering

Abstract

Abstract In 1989, the Instrument Society of America began developing instructional lessons in a new training medium—interactive videodisc. This medium was chosen because it offers abilities such as individualized learning, hands-on simulation, and computerized record keeping. The first series of interactive videodisc training courses produced is on the topic Instrument Calibration. These courses provide performance-based training for instrument technicians and engineers. This paper describes the aspects of interactive videodisc that make it particularly appropriate for training in instrumentation.

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