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ERIC Number: ED038606
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Sep
Pages: 27
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Telewriter; A Survey of Attitudes, Information and Implications.
Douglass, Stephen A.
A research review was undertaken to assess the effectiveness of telewriting (the transmission of graphics and of speech through special telephone circuits) as a teaching technique or device in university extension. This involved a survey of pilot projects in Quebec, Iowa, Illinois, and elsewhere, as well as the need for innovations in adult education media. It was concluded that telewriting can save much time and money, but that its effectiveness depends heavily on user attitudes, teacher preparation, and adequate service and facilities. (The document includes a short glossary, four tables, a map, and 20 references.) (LY)
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