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Help: Toward a New Ethics-Centered Paradigm for Instructional Design and Technology Dillon K. Inouye, Paul F. Merrill, and Richard H. Swan, Brigham Young University

Instructional Theory and Instructional Design Theory: What's the difference and why should we care? Barbara Bichelmeyer, Indiana University, Bloomington

Clearing the Muddy Waters: A Response to Barbara Bichelmeyer Charles M. Reigeluth, Indiana University, Bloomington

 
 
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