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ERIC Number: ED124195
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 66
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Instructional Television and the University: An Overview.
Klima, Kenneth J.
The use of television as an instructional media in universities can be enhanced through adequate financial backing, creative programing, and circumspective planning which provides for faculty-student interaction. To facilitate the implementation of instructional television programs, it is necessary to obtain faculty and administration support and to minimize bureaucratic impediments. Potential users of instructional television should make certain that television is the best media to present their educational objectives, and the television teacher must develop a reservoir of technical information regarding the most efficacious use of the media. A trained planning and development team is useful in the implementation and evaluation of new programs. This extensive overview of television in the university includes a literature review and discussion of advantages and disadvantages; user attitudes; administration; and the television learning process. (EMH)
Publication Type: Books
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