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ERIC Number: ED014228
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Mar
Pages: 104
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Reference Count: 0
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A STUDY OF THE IMPLICATIONS AND FEASIBILITY OF THE FULL APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL AIDS TO THE SOLUTION OF STAFF, SPACE, AND CURRICULUM PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH A RAPIDLY GROWING URBAN UNIVERSITY. FINAL REPORT.
HANEY, JOHN B.; MCINTYRE, CHARLES J.
THIS REPORT DESCRIBES THE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN OFFICE OF INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, CHICAGO CIRCLE. THE OBJECTIVE WAS TO PROVIDE THE RAPIDLY GROWING URBAN UNIVERSITY WITH NECESSARY INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCES AND MEDIA. DETAILS OF ORGANIZATION, STAFF, EQUIPMENT, SPACE, AND BUDGET ARE GIVEN. FACULTY COMMITTEES WERE APPOINTED IN 8 SUBJECT AREAS, TO IDENTIFY INSTRUCTIONAL PROBLEMS WITHIN EACH AREA AND DEVELOP SOLUTIONS. THE WORK OF THESE COMMITTEES IS REPORTED IN DETAIL. CONSULTANTS FROM OTHER INSTITUTIONS WERE EMPLOYED, AND COMMITTEES WERE GIVEN TIME AND FUNDS TO VISIT OTHER INSTITUTIONS FOR OBSERVATION AND DISCUSSION. FOUR OF THE EIGHT COMMITTEES IDENTIFIED INSTRUCTIONAL PROBLEMS AND INITIATED PROJECTS USING NEWER MEDIA TO SOLVE THEM. (MS)
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Authoring Institution: Illinois Univ., Chicago. Chicago Circle Campus.
Identifiers: UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS; University of Illinois Chicago Circle Campus