ERIC Number: ED037599
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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Audiovisual Aids and Techniques in Managerial and Supervisory Training.
Rigg, Robinson P.
An attempt is made to show the importance of modern audiovisual (AV) aids and techniques to management training. The first two chapters give the background to the present situation facing the training specialist. Chapter III considers the AV aids themselves in four main groups: graphic materials, display equipment which involves projection, and student-controlled aids. For each aid a description of how it works, what advantages and disadvantages it has, and how it can be used, is included. Chapter IV describes basic principles and suggests presentation techniques using overhead projection, film, and closed-circuit television. This is followed by a chapter on the provision of suitable conditions with reference to room layout; screens, loudspeakers, and projectors; and remote control systems. Also included are hints on the preparation and construction of display materials and equipment, and its indexing and storage. Four appendixes provide a glossary of AV terms, a film evaluation questionnaire, a suppliers' list and a session check list for training planners. There is a bibliography. (NL)
Descriptors: Administrator Education, Audiovisual Aids, Bibliographies, Closed Circuit Television, Communications, Definitions, Evaluation, Films, Projection Equipment, Questionnaires, Storage, Supervisory Training, Teaching Methods
Hamish Hamilton, Ltd., 90 Great Russell St., London W C 1, England (70s)
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