ERIC Number: ED264823
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1985-Feb
Reference Count: 0
Analysis of Student Uses of the Annenberg/CPB Telecourses Brain, Mind and Behavior; The Constitution: That Delicate Balance; The Write Course; The New Literacy; and Congress: We the People, in the Fall of 1984.
This collection of five documents presents data provided by approximately 200 different students in 26 2- and 4-year institutions who, during the fall of 1984, were enrolled in one of five Annenberg/CPB (Corporation for Public Broadcasting) telecourses: The Brain, Mind and Behavior; The Write Course; The Constitution: That Delicate Balance; The New Literacy; and Congress: We the People. Graphs, charts and summaries are provided in the following categories for each of the five telecourses: (1) profile of print materials; (2) comments on the textbook; (3) comments on the study guide; (4) instructional level of the print materials; (5) comparison of difficulty to other telecourses; (6) comparison of difficulty to other texts; (7) program profile; (8) favorite television program in the series; (9) least favorite television program in the series; (10) comments on the production elements and format; (11) host and expert effectiveness; (12) comments on the host of the series; (13) comments on the experts; (14) rating of course materials; (15) correspondence of print and video; and (16) questionnaire responses. Additional comments compare each telecourse to all Annenberg/CPB courses evaluated in the fall of 1984. (JB)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Corporation for Public Broadcasting, Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Research Communications, Inc., Chestnut Hill, MA.
Note: For related documents, see IR 011 905-908.