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ERIC Number: ED318436
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1988
Pages: 24
Abstractor: N/A
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School Broadcasting in Japan--Status and Trends. The 1986 Academic Year National Survey on Utilization of School Broadcasting.
Akiyama, Takashiro; And Others
Educational Technology Research, v11 p11-32 1988
The new media--including videodisks, microcomputers, and communication networks--are now becoming widely accepted in the world of education. It is predicted that as a result there will be many rapid changes in school education, both in content and in methods. In order to analyze rates, degree, and methods of utilizing the new media, the NHK Radio and Television Culture Research Institute conducted a nationwide survey on the use of school broadcasting in Japan. The survey was designed to clarify the relationships between the use of school television and video recorder diffusion and utilization, the recording and use of videotapes of school programs from previous years, the use of general television programming in instruction, the use of locally-produced videotapes, and the use of commercial educational videotapes. It is noted that the diffusion of video recorders has changed the utilization of educational broadcasting in Japan and that other media, such as the microcomputer and the videodisk, have not achieved the popularity of the video recorder. (3 references) (Author/GL)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Japan