InTRO is dedicated to providing professionals in the field of Instructional Technology with an electronic forum to disseminate, discuss, and advance research in Instructional Technology and related fields. InTRO takes advantage of the versatility of electronic communications to widely disseminate a broad range of works in a variety of media through fast,convenient and accessible methods. This communication is intended to keep professionals in Instructional Technology and related fields informed while àproviding researchers a forum in which they may receive critical and constructive feedback on their work.
Questions or concerns regarding copyright issues and this repository should be directed to the Editors of InTRO.
InTRO is always looking for materials to include in its collection. If you are the copyright holder of any research articles, syllabi, software, reports, job aids, pictures, vitae, sound or MIDI files, or any other materials related to Instructional Technology, InTRO wants to help you disseminate that material to the IT community.
At this time, the editors of InTRO are only accepting electronic submissions. Please send your materials via electronic mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org. While not a requirement for submission, it would be very helpful if papers could be submitted in HTML format with any graphics in GIF format. Your submission implies that you have read and agree to the Contributor Agreement below. Your contributions to InTRO are very valuable to us and your assistance is greatly appreciated.
The contributor guarantees that he or she holds the copyright to any material they contribute to InTRO, including any diagrams, illustrations,photographs, sounds, animations and motion video. The contributor grants permission to InTRO to distribute their materials in electronic form via World Wide Web and affirms that he or she is legally entitled to grant such right. The contributor understands that they will receive no financial compensation from InTRO.
BY SUBMITTING TO InTRO, THE CONTRIBUTOàR GRANTS PERMISSION FOR OTHERS TO CITE OR REPRODUCE THEIR WORKS FOR SCHOLARLY PURPOSES PROVIDED PROPER ATTRIBUTION IS INCLUDED.
InTRO promises to publish the contribution in electronic form via World Wide Web and to provide proper attribution for all materials. The editors of InTRO reserve the right to determine if a contribution should be included in the repository. In the event of a claim of copyright infringement against any contribution, InTRO will immediately remove the contribution in question.
The contributor retains the right to seek subsequent publication of
any contribution included in InTRO provided that the following notice is
included: "This work has been published by Instructional Technology
Research Online and is availàable on World Wide Web at http://www.hbg.psu.edu/bsed/intro/"
All materials published by InTRO are used with permission of the author(s). InTRO materials abide by and are fully protected by copyright law.Permission to quote or reproduce works contained in InTRO is granted for scholarly purposes provided proper attribution is included.
In addition to citing authorship, all reproductions of items obtained from this repository must bear the following notice: "This work has been published by Instructional Technology Research Online and is available on World Wide Web at http://intro.base.org
The editors of InTRO have made every effort to solicit and accept items only from legitimate copyright holders. The editors of InTRO will immediately remove any item from the repository at the request of the legitimate copyrigàht holder.
For those wishing to cite resources found in InTRO, the editors suggest consulting the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (4th ed) which has an excellent section on citing electronic media.
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