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ERIC Number: ED043233
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969
Pages: 195
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TV for Education and Industry.
Connochie, T. D.
Intended as a communication to communicators on television equipment and techniques, this manual also gives an overview of educational television and instructional television practices in the United States, Britain, and Canada. Attention is given to broadcast television--its station organization, control room procedures, and commercial program production. Closed circuit television is dealt with, both domestic and foreign, as it is used in schools and in industry. Availability of videotapes through libraries is noted, and their transmission by way of airplanes, mobile units, and as part of commercial computerized learning systems. Experiments in television instruction and plans for future instructional television systems are discussed. How to write a successful script is the subject of one chapter. Television equipment is described and pictured. Terms are defined throughout, and a glossary is appended. (MF)
Mitchell Press Limited, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada ($7.50)
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Identifiers - Location: Canada; United Kingdom (Great Britain); United States