ERIC Number: ED152280
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1977
Reference Count: 0
Council for Educational Technology for the United Kingdom. Annual Report for the Year October 1976-September 1977.
Council for Educational Technology, London (England).
The Council feels that the widespread discussion resulting from the Prime Minister's speech at Ruskin College in October 1976 has paid insufficient attention to the importance of teaching technique. This has resulted in the policy decision made by the Council at the July 1977 Conference at Stirling that the principles of educational technology need to be considered at the highest levels and at the earliest planning stages. This annual report includes (1) a review of the year's activities; (2) a report of the Council's conference at Stirling; (3) financial reports; (4) membership of the Council and its committees, working groups, and staff; and (5) a register of participating organizations. Appendices include comments on the following: the 'Great Debate,' the Report of the Committee on the Future of Broadcasting, the Report of the Committee on Copyright and Design Law, and the Report of the Committee on Continuing Education of the Open University. Also appended is a report on the outcome of five seminars on computer assisted learning. (Author/STS)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Annual Reports, Broadcast Industry, Computer Assisted Instruction, Copyrights, Educational Technology, Futures (of Society), Open Education, Policy Formation, Teaching Methods
Council for Educational Technology, 3 Devonshire Street, London W1N 2BA England
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Council for Educational Technology, London (England).
Note: For related documents, see IR 005 713-714