ERIC Number: ED043627
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Mar
Reference Count: 0
Instructional Uses of Videotape: A Symposium.
Nelson, Harold E.; And Others
This collection of seven articles for the college teacher of speech relates specific ways that videotape has been used in training teachers and in teaching the fundamentals of speech, advanced public speaking, and discussion. Included are articles by (1) Harold E. Nelson, who explains how videotape is used in college speech classes to aid in acquiring speech skills, (2) Samuel Becker, John Bowers, and Bruce Gronbeck, who present the advantages and disadvantages of using videotape to teach group discussion, (3) James W. Gibson, who identifies and evaluates some ways to use videotape in the education of speech teachers, (4) Donovan J. Ochs, who describes an instructional unit on television used in an advanced public speaking course at a large university, (5) R.V.E. Reynolds, who discusses the techniques for utilizing videotape employed by a small college, (6) Adeline G. Hirschfield, who explains a study using videotaped speeches for self-ratings, class-ratings, and ratings by a team of judges, and (7) John H. Pennybacker, who discusses available equipment and sets guidelines for the evaluation of different types and sizes of videotape recorders. (FM)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Audiovisual Communications, Closed Circuit Television, College Instruction, Discussion, Educational Media, Educational Technology, Equipment Evaluation, Evaluation Methods, Group Discussion, Public Speaking, Sensitivity Training, Speech Education, Speech Instruction, Teacher Education, Videotape Recordings
Speech Communication Association, Statler Hilton Hotel, New York, N.Y. 10001 ($0.35, 10 or more $0.30, prepaid)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Speech Communication Association, New York, NY.
Note: Reprinted from "Speech Teacher," Vol. 17, No. 2, March 1968