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Subject:Re: Self-study suggestions From:Shannon Ford <shannon -at- UNIFACE -dot- NL> Date:Tue, 4 Jan 1994 10:06:11 +0100
Over the past 4 months I have collected a bibliography of texts mentioned in
this list. I can repost it if you are interested (maybe it will save some
people re-submitting their favorites...)
fords -at- uniface -dot- nl
> I am attempting to compile two reading lists of material ranging from the most
> elementary to complex texts addressing two separate, but related, content
> areas. The first reading list I will include textbooks and other reference
> material regarding "instructional design." The second list to address
> "documentation design." Any suggestions from this list are welcome, and I
> happily post a summary list ...
> Chris Jacobs
> jacobs_chris -at- smtpmac -dot- bah -dot- com