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ERIC Number: ED001387
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1959
Pages: 106
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THE ROLE OF PRODUCTION IN TELEVISED INSTRUCTION. (REPORT OF A SEMINAR, PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITY, UNIVERSITY PARK, PENNSYLVANIA, AUGUST 26-28, 1959)
GREENHILL, L.P.; AND OTHERS
BASIC PRODUCTION PRINCIPLES AND THEIR DIDACTIC RELATIONSHIPS WITH THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS ARE DISCUSSED. PRESENTED ARE THE GENERAL QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS WHICH ORIGINALLY OCCURRED WITHIN THE COMMITTEE GROUP. PRODUCTION PERSONNEL WITHIN THE SOCIETY OF TELEVISED INSTRUCTORS HAVE PARTICULAR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WHICH THEY SHOULD UPHOLD AS INTERMEDIARIES BETWEEN THE DIRECTOR AND INSTRUCTOR. THE DEVELOPMENT OF PRESENTATIONAL RESOURCES IN COURSE PLANNING IS PRESENTED AS A COLLECTION OF MATERIALS, THE SELECTION AND CONTACT OF QUEST SPEAKERS, AND THE PLANNING OF SPECIAL SESSIONS. AGAIN, QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ARE GIVEN WHICH OCCURRED IN THE MEETING. PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES AND PRESENTATION TECHNIQUES APPLICABLE TO DIFFERENT AREAS SUCH AS SHORT FILMS, MAPS, AND GRAPHS ARE DISCUSSED. AN ORIGINAL CASE STUDY IS PRESENTED USING ALL THE MATERIALS THUS FAR COLLECTED WITHIN THE VOLUME, TOGETHER WITH HARRY J. SKORNIA'S BANQUET SPEECH.
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Authoring Institution: National Association of Educational Broadcasters, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: ILLINOIS; Illinois (Urbana)