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ERIC Number: ED087468
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972-May
Pages: 59
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Consequences of the Use of "Video" Technologies For Education and Culture. An International Seminar Organized With the Assistance of UNESCO (Vichy, France, May 2 through 6, 1972).
Egly, Max
An overview based upon papers presented and discussions held at the seminar is presented. The major focus is upon the theme "Auto-Video", emphasizing the assumption by the public of responsibility for its own training, education and culture. The aims are to study the pedagogical and socio-cultural aspects of video technologies and to draw up recommendations to the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization which will aid its member states in developing and improving video technologies. Section I discusses video technology's importance and reviews eight experimental projects. Section II deals with problems related to new concepts, new audiences, new teachers, new producers, new documents and new systems. A brief concluding section lists some recommendations. A list of participants, a roster of working documents and a bibliography are appended. (Author/PB)
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Sponsor: United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization, Paris (France).
Authoring Institution: French Commission for UNESCO, Paris.