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ERIC Number: ED066864
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-Jan
Pages: 15
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Report on a Survey of CATV-MATV-TV Distribution Systems at College and Universities.
Miles, J. S.
Personnel at 48 colleges and universities completed a survey about the nature of the television system they use as an aid to instruction. The survey described various kinds of systems, including varieties of community antenna television (CATV), master antenna television (MATV), and closed-circuit television, and asked the respondent to indicate whether such a system was in use at his school. Results showed that no particular pattern of use was favored predominently. Although rumors had indicated that at least some institutions felt that instructional television (ITV) was on the decline, the survey did not bear this out. The conclusion was reached that on campuses where ITV has been integrated carefully into the administrative and academic situation, it shows no sign of being eliminated. On the contrary, it is now more than ever before an integral part of the curriculum. (JK)
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