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The Use of the Delphi Technique in Problems of Educational Innovations

Published 1966

by Olaf Helmer-Hirschberg

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A description of the Delphi technique, a method for the systematic solicitation and collation of expert opinions, and its applications to educational planning. Delphi pilot experiments carried out in an Educational Innovations Seminar, UCLA, apply the Delphi technique of long-range forecasting to proposals for innovations in educational methods and budget allocations to achieve these innovations. 22 pp.

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