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ERIC Number: ED366315
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993
Reference Count: N/A
The State of Audiovisual Education Facilities in Japanese Schools and Social Education Centers Today. AVE in Japan No. 32.
Japan Audio-Visual Education Association, Tokyo.
This booklet, in English and Japanese, reports on a national survey conducted during the 1992 academic year by the Education Media and Learning Resources Division, Lifelong Leaning Bureau of the Ministry of Education, Science and Culture (Japan). Similar surveys are conducted triennially. This report describes the current situation regarding the availability and utilization of audiovisual education materials and equipment in schools and social education facilities. A total of 11,496 schools and facilities were sent questionnaires, and responses were received from 11,253. The report summarizes findings related to audiovisual equipment (i.e., 16mm film projectors, slide projectors, cameras, overhead projectors, transparency copiers, radio receivers, television receivers, video cameras, videotape recorders, audiotape recorders, record players, compact disk players, computers, and in-school/facility broadcasting systems) in terms of diffusion rates, quantities, availability, and diffusion rates for new types of equipment. In addition, the report looks at utilization of audiovisual equipment in terms of the teacher/instructor, equipment, subject matter, participation in training programs, and local production of materials. Several tables display the survey data. (MX)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Japan Audio-Visual Education Association, Tokyo.
Identifiers: Japan; Technology Utilization
Note: For the report of the 1989 survey, see ED 339 358.