ERIC Number: ED041784
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969
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Communication Design: The Nature and Use of a Communication Model in Chemical Education.
Barnard, William Robert
The author suggests that there is a need to identify methods of effectively and efficiently enhancing communication in the lecture room, laboratory or in the out-of-class environment. The study reported concerns the development of suitable new systems which will enable the teacher of chemistry to (1) use projection television for brief periods within the body of a lecture to present demonstrations, experiments or bring in "live" ouside resources depicting the use of expensive, complex research apparatus, (2) insert into the lecture a segment of a motion picture film or slide, (3) communicate effectively to multiple laboratory sections, (4) produce films and video tape rapidly and inexpensively in formats suitable for viewing by television or 8mm projection, and (5) relate the basic parameters to a design which will focus attention on the use of communication devices adapted to the nature of the learning objectives. (LC)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Communications, Chemistry, College Science, Educational Media, Instructional Materials, Models, Science Education
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Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus.