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ERIC Number: ED057624
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 9
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From Connecticut to Nebraska Via Videotape.
Wozenski, Frederick
Videotape recordings involve the viewers in a process which imparts immediacy and allows for the varied views and interpretations of those viewing it--unlike print which relegates information as something to be used later and which results in a response conditioned by the presentation. Experimental education should utilize this new technique to allow students to get in on the information process and become creators in the medium while learning its possibilities. The equipment needed to begin a program in school is fairly expensive--$1400-1600--but worth it in view of the mechanical skills which students learn, the creative development of students, and the communication understanding which results. Aside from the possibilities of using videotape within one school, its use as an important link to inform and consolidate varied and separated schools of what each is doing could also be valuable. (Some sources for further information on videotaping are listed.) (Author/SH)
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Note: Paper presented at the National Conference on Experimental Undergraduate Education 1971