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ERIC Number: ED003625
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Jul-1
Pages: 526
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RESEARCH AND THEORY RELATED TO AUDIOVISUAL INFORMATION TRANSMISSION.
TRAVERS, ROBERT M. W.; AND OTHERS
THIS MONOGRAPH BRINGS TOGETHER A BODY OF KNOWLEDGE CONCERNING AUDIOVISUAL TECHNIQUES FOR THE TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION. THE AUTHORS POINT OUT VARIOUS IMPLICATIONS FOR EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE. NINE CHAPTERS ARE INCLUDED IN THE PUBLICATION--(1) CURRENT CONCEPTIONS OF THE ROLE OF AUDIOVISUAL DEVICES IN LEARNING, (2) THE IMPLICATIONS OF RESEARCH ON AUDIOVISUAL DEVICES FOR THE DESIGN OF LEARNING SITUATIONS, (3) INFORMATION THEORY - A REVIEW OF IMPORTANT CONCEPTS, (4) CONCEPT LEARNING, (5) THE MECHANICS OF THE TRANSMISSION OF INFORMATION IN THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM, (6) THE RELATIVE EFFICIENCY OF AUDITORY AND VISUAL TRANSMISSIONS OF INFORMATION AND SOME STUDIES OF MULTIMODALITY TRANSMISSION, (7) THE PERCEPTUAL SYSTEM AS A SINGLE CHANNEL SYSTEM, (8) ATTENTION, AND (9) MODEL FOR INFORMATION TRANSMISSION BY MEANS OF AUDIOVISUAL MATERIALS. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Utah Univ., Salt Lake City. Bureau of Educational Research.
Identifiers: UTAH; Utah (Salt Lake City)