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ERIC Number: ED030898
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Mar
Pages: 59
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Implications of New Technology for Counselor Education.
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Washington, DC.
This report includes papers reviewing new technology and methodology currently being used in counselor education. It is the result of a survey of innovations in counselor education programs in all geographic regions. An overview of computer information systems as they relate to guidance and counseling is presented by Dr. William F. Moorhouse. Dr. James W. Rollings suggests criteria to be considered in the selection of a data conversion system and discusses several alternative systems. Dr. Donald Forrest summarizes various applications of video tape recording (VTR) equipment in counselor education programs. A list and description of basic VTR equipment is included. In discussing the implications of technology for vocational counseling, Dr. Henry Brito emphasizes the need for application to the dissemination of occupational information. Project VIEW in San Diego County, California, is described as one example of information processing for vocational counseling. Dr. Ethel Anderson discusses ways in which the individual counselor can relate his own behavior to the innovations reported. She also suggests group work as a new technology. (NS)
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Authoring Institution: Association for Counselor Education and Supervision, Washington, DC.