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ERIC Number: ED003752
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1962
Pages: 1
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STUDIES IN THE GROWTH OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY, I--AUDIOVISUAL INSTRUMENTATION FOR INSTRUCTION IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 1930--1960, A BASIS FOR TAKE-OFF.
FINN, JAMES D.; AND OTHERS
THIS STUDY PLOTS THE QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF THE GROWTH OF AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT IN THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF THE UNITED STATES, PRINCIPALLY OVER THE PERIOD, 1930-60. ITEMS OF EQUIPMENT ARE CONSIDERED ONE CATEGORY OF THE GROWTH OF INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY IN AMERICAN EDUCATION. THE TYPES OF EQUIPMENT SELECTED FOR THE ANALYSIS OF GROWTH PATTERNS WERE THOSE ITEMS OF AUDIOVISUAL EQUIPMENT COMMONLY USED FOR INSTRUCTION IN SCHOOL AND COLLEGES. THEY WERE--MOTION PICTURE PROJECTION EQUIPMENT, STILL PICTURE PROJECTION EQUIPMENT, SOUND EQUIPMENT, AND BROADCAST RECEPTION EQUIPMENT. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE GROWTH CURVES PRESENTED IN THE REPORT WAS ACCOMPLISHED BY MEANS OF (1) AN ANALYSIS OF PUBLISHED AND UNPUBLISHED MATERIALS, (2) A CONFIDENTIAL SURVEY OF THE AUDIOVISUAL INDUSTRY, (3) COORDINATION WITH THE GODFREY STUDY, (4) CONSULTATION WITH KNOWLEDGEABLE INDIVIDUALS, AND (5) THE PROCESS OF ESTIMATION. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: National Education Association, Washington, DC.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; California (Los Angeles); DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA