Instructional Support Software: Its Evolution and Current State of the Art in the Business Curriculum

Andrew Varanelli, Dan Baugher, Marion Sackson


Software support in the business curriculum has changed substantially during the past decade. These changes are especially noticeable in the business policies course where experientially-based learning has often been used. Today, the computer has entered the classroom with the advent of instructional support software. This software allows dynamic demonstration of lecture topics using computer-based projection technology. Furthermore, this software can be beneficial in almost any area of the business curriculum. With this in mind, the authors have developed a state-of-the art instructional support module for demonstrating the dynamics of PERT/CPM relationships - - a management science topic.

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