ERIC Number: ED240984
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1983
Reference Count: 0
Wisconsin Ideas in Media.
Holmes, Rose, Ed.; And Others
Wisconsin Ideas in Media, v4-5 Sep 1982-83
These two documents contain a variety of articles on media use in education. The first provides 16 articles that focus on justifying media programs in the 1980's. Topics include selling your program to administrators; reorganization of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction; video literacy; student-made videotape recordings; interactive video; helping policy makers see the need for effective media programs; cooperation of researchers and practitioners; media literacy; videotaping a health curriculum; membership in the Wisconsin Educational Media Association; free films; Cooperative Educational Service Area (CSEA) and the regional media center concept in Wisconsin; Speak and Spell; CSEA 11 Teleconference Network; and strategies for the media future. The second volume shares ideas, research, and program successes, in order to provide media professionals with strategies for doing more with less. Fifteen articles include discussions of microcomputer software on a limited budget; NASA Lewis Research Center's services to educators; designing microcomputer materials for classroom use; a team approach; multimedia story hour kits; the future as context for educational change; a student-operated radio station; imaginative gifted and talented programs; interactive media systems; interlibrary cooperation; a continuing education clearinghouse; implementing freeze-frame teleconferencing in Wisconsin, and computer education in Appleton, Wisconsin. (LMM)
Descriptors: Computer Programs, Educational Cooperation, Educational Media, Educational Television, Elementary Secondary Education, Financial Problems, Learning Resources Centers, Media Specialists, Microcomputers, Program Descriptions, Program Development, Public Support, State Departments of Education
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Policymakers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin School Library Media Association, Madison.; Wisconsin Educational Media Association, Madison.
Identifiers: Interactive Video; Two Way Television; Wisconsin
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