Vol.1: The Nature of Educational Technology: 1. Introduction. 2. Dimensions of reading process. 3. Educational strategies. 4. Mass instruction techniques. 5. Student assessment. 6. Group learning techniques. 7. Objectives. 8. Instructional techniques. 9. Educational technology and development of education. 10. The age of change: a perspective on education. 11. Planning and designing a media production facility. 12. Toward a better mix of teaching resources. 13. Curriculum development through communications technology. 14. Non-traditional study: emergence through social change. 15. Teacher attitudes to media teaching environments. 16. Why educational research? 17. Instructional media research: past, present and future. 18. Learning as a communication process. 19. Limitations of systems analysis.
Vol.2: Media and Education: 1. Business of education. 2. Education and environment. 3. The media. 4. Multimedia. 5. The learning resources centre. 6. Creative learning. 7. Mediated instructional procedures. 8. Auditory media. 9. Media and social and technological change. 10. Non-projected graphic and print media. 11. When to use still visual media. 12. The impact of communications technology. 13. The use of broadcasting. 14. The use of satellites in open learning systems-Norman C. Dahl.
Vol.3: Techniques of Measurement and Evaluation: 1. Measurement an introduction. 2. Objective tests in education. 3. Value of objective tests. 4. Multiple choice. 5. Sentence completion. 6. Simple recall. 7. Matching. 8. Marks and grading systems. 9. The assignment of school marks. 10. Testing. 11. Evaluation of personal social adjustment. 12. Evaluation of attitudes and values. 13. Evaluation of health and physical development. 14. Evaluation of teaching practices.
Vol.4: Teaching Methods in Schools: 1. Assessment of pupil progress. 2. The unit plan. 3. Course construction. 4. The use of textbooks. 5. Teaching aids. 6. Workbook and the radio. 7. The learning outcomes. 8. Individual differences. 9. Pupil needs and method. 10. Appraising pupil progress. 11. Method in practice. 12. The daily assignment. 13. The experience unit. 14. The experience unit method.
Vol.5: Educational and Vocational Guidance: 1. What is guidance? 2. Guidance and the learning process. 3. The teacher as guide in the learning process. 4. What is counselling? 5. The counselling programme. 6. The interview method. 7. Guidance of out-of-school youth. 8. Guidance in the elementary school. 9. Guidance in the junior high school. 10. Educational guidance in the senior secondary school. 11. The school counsellor. 12. Evaluation of guidance. 13. Procedures of the guidance programme. 14. Placement service.