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ERIC Number: ED010175
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 87
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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THE UTILIZATION OF LARGE-SCREEN TV TO OVERCOME SHORTAGES OF CLASSROOM SPACE AND TEACHING PERSONNEL.
RICH, OWEN S.; AND OTHERS
THE OBJECTIVES OF THIS STUDY WERE (1) TO DEVELOP GUIDELINES FOR ADOPTING CURRENT COLLEGE COURSES FOR THE PRESENTATION BY LARGE-SCREEN TELEVISION IN LARGE AUDITORIUMS, (2) TO IDENTIFY AND DEVELOP TECHNIQUES FOR LARGE-SCREEN TV INSTRUCTION, (3) TO DEVELOP STUDENT AND FACULTY ORIENTATION PROCEDURES FOR LARGE-SCREEN TV PROGRAMS, (4) TO ASCERTAIN OPTIMUM DISTANCE AND VIEWING ANGLES, AND (5) TO ANALYZE ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONAL VALUE OF LARGE-SCREEN TELEVISION AS PART OF CURRICULUM PLANNING. EACH OF THESE OBJECTIVES IS TREATED SEPARATELY IN THIS REPORT. THE TREATMENT IS PRIMARILY DESCRIPTIVE AND SUGGESTIVE--EXPERIMENTAL ACTIVITIES ARE REPORTED AND INTERPRETED WITH THE USE OF TRADITIONAL CONTROLLED RESEARCH TECHNIQUES ONLY IN CONNECTION WITH PARTS OF THE INVESTIGATION. THE STUDY SUPPORTS THE VAST ARRAY OF TV STUDIES SHOWING NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES IN MEASURED LEARNING OR INFORMATION GAIN BETWEEN FACE-TO-FACE INSTRUCTION AND TELEVISION. THE STUDY ALSO SUPPORTS A PREVIOUS STUDY SHOWING NO SIGNIFICANT DIFFERENCES IN LEARNING BETWEEN CONVENTIONAL TV AND LARGE-SCREEN TV. MANY USEFUL GUIDELINES ARE PRESENTED RELATIVE TO LARGE-SCREEN TV PRESENTATIONS. (JC)
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Authoring Institution: Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT.
Identifiers: UTAH; Utah (Provo)