Robert Reiser

Affiliations: 
Educational Psychology & Learning Systems Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL, United States 
Area:
Instructional Design Education, Higher Education
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Klein JD, Reiser RA. (2014) Suggestions for structuring a research article Journal of Computing in Higher Education. 26: 22-38
Lockee BB, Reiser RA. (2006) A program information tool for instructional design and technology programs Techtrends. 50: 16-19
Lim J, Reiser RA. (2006) Effects of part-task and whole-task instructional approaches and levels of learner expertise on learner acquisition and transfer of a complex cognitive skill Icls 2006 - International Conference of the Learning Sciences, Proceedings. 1: 425-431
Hampton SE, Reiser RA. (2004) Effects of a theory-based feedback and consultation process on instruction and learning in college classrooms Research in Higher Education. 45: 497-527
Reiser RA. (2001) A history of instructional design and technology: Part I: A history of instructional media Educational Technology Research and Development. 49: 53-64
Reiser RA. (2001) A history of instructional design and technology: Part II: A history of instructional design Educational Technology Research and Development. 49: 57-67
Reiser RA, Ely DP. (1997) The field of educational technology as reflected through its definitions Educational Technology Research and Development. 45: 63-72
Reiser RA. (1994) Clark's invitation to the dance: An instructional Designer's response Educational Technology Research and Development. 42: 45-48
Reiser RA, Keglemann HW. (1994) Evaluating instructional software: A review and critique of current methods Educational Technology Research and Development. 42: 63-69
Davidove EA, Reiser RA. (1991) Comparative acceptability and effectiveness of teacher-revised and designer-revised instruction Educational Technology Research and Development. 39: 29-38
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