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Published and Unpublished Writing

Creative Online Environments.
International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning, April 2005.

International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning
(Executive Editor) 2004 - present.

Peer Online Learning the Bensusan Method.
Conference of the California Virtual Campus, Huntington Beach, CA. Nov. 2001.

Legislative Sidebar: ITFS Frequencies,
USDLA Journal Online, Vol. 15, No. 4, April 2001.

The Ohana Collection. DVD Titles with Online Extensions for K-12,
Ohana Foundation, Honolulu, 2000-2001.

Supply Chain Management, USDLA Journal Online,
Vol. 14, No. 3, March 2000.

Level of Interactivity on the Internet and the Web,
Vol. 13 No. 4, April 1999.

The Digital Millennium Copyright Act of 1998, META ANALYSIS,
Education at a Distance Magazine & Journal Online, Vol. 13, No. 2, 1999.

Technology Plan for the Riverside Community College District, May 1998.

New Knowledge Society and Higher Education. Education at a Distance. Vol. 11 No. 3,
March 1997. United States Distance Learning Association.

Effective Teaching Strategies: Participant Manual (Ed.),
California Department of Education, 1997.

Effective Teaching Strategies: Instructor Manual (Ed.),
California Department of Education, 1997.

The Information Age: An Age of Innovation, Growth, and Learning on the Information Highway,
Teleconference: The Business Communications Magazine, (Lead article), February 1996.

Learning Around the Wheel. Cal-Pro-Net Effective Teaching Strategies, 1996.

Reinventing Higher Education, UNESCO Keynote, Bangkok, Thailand, 1996.

Multimedia Consultant Report and Recommendations, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore. 1996.

Child Nutrition State-wide Satellite Teleconferences
(series of 4 three-hour state-wide teleconferences / videotapes),
California Department of Education, 1995-1996.

Child Nutrition California Department of Education, 1995-96.

The Internet, Where Digital Dreams Become Virtual Realities. USDLA Journal, Vol. 9. No. 7 July 1995.

The University of the Future: USDLA Journal, Vol. 9. No. 2 February 1995.

Ed at a Distance and USDLA Journal - United States Distance Learning Association.
Editor, Editorials and papers. 98 monthly issues 1995 2003 - ISSN 1537-5080.

The Alfred E. Alquist Center for Innovative Learning, 1992, 12p.

International Interactive Communication Society: San Francisco Bay Area Chapter Directory, 1990, 1991, 64 P.

Unmasking Culture (Ed. with Liucija Baskauskas et.al.) 1987

Visual Culture: Cross Cultural Media in the Social and Behavioral Sciences.
(with Liucija Baskauskas and Helen Schade) 1986, 69p.

Directions 2000: Some Research Notes.
(With Rie Mitchell), California State University, Northridge, 1982, 43p.

Educational Equity for Students with Disabilities: a Resource Guide (Writer / Editor).
Proceedings of CSUC Systemwide Conference, November 1979, California State University Northridge, Apr 1980, 122p.

Adding Sign Language Inserts on Videotape, Raymond Jones, Harry Murphy and Donald Perrin,
Proceedings of the National Symposium on Research and Utilization of Educational Media for Teaching the Deaf,
Nebraska Center for Continuing Education, Lincoln NB, April 1979.
Reprinted in American Annals of the Deaf, September 1979, 627-634.

Synopsis of Television in Education, Educational Technology, May 1976.
Republished in Instructional Technology: Status and Directions, J. Ackerman and L. Lipsitz (Eds.),
Educational Technology Publications, Englewood Cliffs NJ 1978, 7-14.

Policy on Instructional Development and Media Services (Editor/Coordinator).
Adopted By the Trustees of the California State University and Colleges, Long Beach CA, September 27, 1978.

Lesson Guide for Captioned Films XIII: a Training and Utilization Guide, Los Angeles Edition 1977. (Editor).
Captioned Films Distribution Center, Washington DC, 1977, 441p.

Task Force for Long-Range Planning for Media Technology in Maryland,
Maryland State Department of Education, 1975, 16p.

Report of the Task Force on Instructional Development,
University of Maryland, June 1975.

Instructional Development in an Academic Setting,
Conference Proceedings for Community College Association for Instructional Technology,
Arlington VA. Eric Microfische, 1975.

A Retrospective Look at Educational Media Institute Programs in the
U.S. Office of Education 1965-71
by Lewis V. Bias, Donald G. Perrin, and Clarice Y. Leslie.
Leadership Training Institute, College of Education, University of Maryland, June 1973, 186p.

(Editor and Project Director) Planning Design Study #2:
Future Utilization of Computers in Instruction in the Model Secondary School for the Deaf

by John Boblick et. al. Educational Technology Center, University of Maryland, 1973, 112p.

(Editor and Project Director) Planning Design Study #3: Automated Information Retrieval
by Arthur H. Suchesk, Educational Technology Center, University of Maryland, 1972, 122p.

(Editor and Project Director) Planning Design Study #4: a Personal Communications and Accessibility System
by Dwight S. Ritter, May 1972, 20p.

The School As a System, Educational Design for the Kendall Demonstration Elementary School,
Gallaudet College, Washington DC, November 1972, 24-34.

Humanizing Instruction: from Mark Hopkins to Mediated Teacher, Donald G. Perrin and Jill Wolfram,
Proceedings of the National Symposium on Research and Utilization of Educational Media for Teaching the Deaf,
Nebraska Center for Continuing Education, Lincoln NB, April 1972, 147-163.

(Editor and Project Director), Planning Design Study #1: Individualized Instruction by Carol Bickart,
Educational Technology Center, University of Maryland, 1972, 35p.

Report of the Committee to Develop Guidelines for Graduate Programs in Curriculum with Vernon E. Anderson et.al..,
College of Education, University of Maryland, 1971, 58p.

A Model High School: Releasing Its Potential,
Final Report, Planning Grant for a National Center for Educational Media and Materials
for the Handicapped, Catholic University, Washington Dc, 1970, Appendix D, 61-66.

Educational Technology and the Special Child, Educational Technology, November 1970, 40-42.

A History and Analysis of Simultaneous Projected Images in Educational Communication.
Unpublished Dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA 1969, 214p.
(Recipient: James D. Finn Award of Excellence in Scholarship and Research)

A Theory of Multiple Image Communication, Audiovisual Communication Review 17:4 1969, 368-382.

The Role of Media in Individualized Instruction for Teaching the Deaf: Some Theoretical Notes,
Proceedings of the National Symposium on Research and Utilization of Educational Media for Teaching the Deaf,
Nebraska Center for Continuing Education, Lincoln NB, March 1969, 173-187.
Reprinted in American Annals of the Deaf, November 1969, 912-919.

Ten Thousand Hours. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Research and Utilization of Educational Media
for Teaching the Deaf, Nebraska Center for Continuing Education, Lincoln NB, February 1968, 191-206.
Reprinted in American Annals of the Deaf, November 1968, 1106-1114.

Technology and Instructional Design As Strategy in Educating Deaf Children,
Innovative Educational Technology and Design of Instruction for Deaf Children:
Special Study Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara CA, August 1968, 37-47.

Electromagnetic Radiation (Programed Text) American Book Company, 1966.

Efficiency, Overload, and Failure in System Operation.
Proceedings of the Western Systems Conference, Los Angeles CA 1966, 61-68.

Technological Revolution in Instruction.
Proceedings of the Junior College Association El Camino Conference, 1966.

The Technological Revolution in Education. James D. Finn and Donald G. Perrin.
Proceedings of California State Department of Education Conference New Media
and Changing Educational Patterns, Tahoe City CA, August 1-7, 1965.

New Educational Technology, Changing Points of Control in Public Education,
Proceedings of a Conference Conducted By Phi Delta Kappa at University of Southern California,
July 2 1963. Reprinted in Teaching Aids News, September 1964, 1-6.

Instructional Technology: the State of the Art As Reflected By Materials and Methods.
Robert T. Filep and Donald G. Perrin. Stanford Research Institute, February 1964, 26p.

Selective Bibliography on New Media and Instructional Technology.
James D. Finn, Boyd Bolvin, and Donald G. Perrin. Staff Paper No. 1,
Instructional Technology and Media Project, University of Southern California, April 1964, 54p.

A Branching Teaching Machine Using Motion Pictures,
Journal of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, September 2, 1964.
Reprinted in Visual and Audio Presentation in Machine Programed Instruction
by William H. Allen, et. al., University of Southern California, 1967.

Instrumentation for Instruction 1955-1970.
James D. Finn and Donald G. Perrin. Unpublished Final Report of the
Technological Development Project of the National Education Association, 1964, 5 Volumes.

Teaching Machines and Programed Learning 1962: a Survey of the Industry.
James D. Finn and Donald G. Perrin, Occasional Paper No. 3,
Technological Development Project of the National Education Association, Washington DC 1962, 85p.
Reprinted By U.S. Government Printing Office, OE-34019, 1962, 85p.

Studies in the Growth of Instructional Technology 1:
Audiovisual Instrumentation for Instruction in the Public Schools 1930-1960: a Basis for Take-Off
.
James D. Finn, Donald G. Perrin, and Lee E. Campion, Occasional Paper No. 6,
Technological Development Project of the National Education Association, Washington DC, 1962, 108p.

Book Reviews. AudioVisual Communication Review 10:6 Nov-Dec 1962, 350-32.

Film as an Instrument of Research.
Unpublished Master's Thesis. University of Southern California, Los Angeles CA, 1962, 116p.
 

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