ERIC Number: ED093383
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1974-Jan
Reference Count: N/A
Prospects for Coordinated Videopublishing Among Universities.
The Association for Graduate Education and Research in North Texas (TAGER), interconnects nine colleges and universities over a 2,000 square mile area. Approximately 100,000 post-secondary students and about 5,000 faculty members use on-campus studio classrooms offering credit courses and other academic programs desired by member institutions. The network is expanding to begin cooperative videopublishing among universities which will also include important changes in the governing structure of TAGER. In short, videopublishing involves a richer mix than simply a canned television course. It involves faculty improvement; it involves selling to administrators, to fund providers, and, most of all, to faculties. It involves the combination of taped sequences, film, live lectures, talkback, and almost all of the arts of television production. Properly understood, adequately funded, and appropriately used, cooperative videopublishing could offer as much. (WCM)
Descriptors: Closed Circuit Television, Educational Development, Educational Television, Experimental Programs, Institutional Cooperation, Medical Education, Production Techniques, Regional Programs, Teaching Methods, Universities
Proceedings of the Conference on Cable Television, EDUCOM, P. O. Box 364, Princeton, New Jersey 08540 ($6.00)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Texas Univ., Dallas.
Identifiers - Location: Texas