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Case study evaluations of three technology projects : keys to technology selection and project success

Collection:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center (ACDC)
Contributor:
Morehouse, Diane L. (main author), Stockdill, Stacey H. (author), Quality Evaluation and Development; Quality Evaluation and Development
Format:
Report
Publication Date:
1989-12
Published:
USA
Location:
Agricultural Communications Documentation Center, Funk Library, University of Illinois Box: 86
Notes:
James F. Evans Collection, St Paul, MN : University of Minnesota, Telecommunications Development Center, 1989. 12 p. (TDC Research Report No. 8), Evaluations of three early technology projects supported by the Telecommunications Development Center (TDC) are presented as case studies. The projects include: 1) an interactive cable television and videotape series on stress related to the declining farm economy, 2) a computer-based consumer information service operated by volunteers, and 3) a satellite video teleconference on teenage stress, depression, and suicide. Each of the case studies reports on the projects in five categories: 1) "Project Description," 2) "Why the Technology Was Selected," 3) "What Was Learned about the Technology," 4) "Factors which Promoted Project Success," and 5) "Factors which Limited Project Success."