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ERIC Number: ED049607
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Apr
Pages: 353
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Multimedia Materials for Afro-American Studies. A Curriculum Orientation and Annotated Bibliography of Resources.
Johnson, Harry Alleyn, Ed.
Four black professionals (an educational media specialist, an educator, a sociologist, and a historian) present their views on relevant education for minority students from the vantage point of their respective disciplines. An extensive annotated list of non-print media, plus a bibliography of 100 paperback books, provides a body of instructional materials for teaching about the contributions of Afro-American culture and heritage to the growth and development of the United States. The list also contains material for an examination of the opportunities and obstacles facing present day Afro-Americans. A second media list concentrates on the study of the people and states of Africa. Of the non-print materials listed in the two sections, over 700 titles are films; the remainder are records, filmstrips, multimedia kits, audiotapes, videotapes, kinescopes, transparencies, slides, photographs, posters, and graphics. For each entry the following information is provided: title, publication date, number of reels (frames, units, slides, etc.), running time, purchase/rental price, publisher or distributor, content description, instructional goal, and intended audience. Two directories are provided--one listing the names and addresses of publishers and distributors of audiovisual materials and the other containing the names and addresses of paperback book publishers. (JY)
R. R. Bowker Company, 1180 Avenue of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 10036 ($19.95)
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