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ERIC Number: ED430517
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997-Apr
Pages: 8
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A Systematic Approach to Training Faculty To Teach via a Two-Way Interactive Television System.
Thoms, Karen Jarrett
This paper addresses a systematic approach to training faculty to teach via two-way interactive television (ITV). The following ten training modules are presented: (1) Introduction to the ITV System, including terminology and ITV history/development; (2) Making ITV Work for You, including syllabus construction, ITV equipment, and technology/assistance available at remote sites; (3) Course Design for ITV, including selecting objectives and identifying how they will be met, observed, and measured; (4) Course Materials Development for ITV, including guidelines for designing and developing instructional materials; (5) Operating the Equipment, including hands-on practice; (6) Sources of Distance Learning Materials, Programs, and Courses, including the ability to downlink programs and courses from elsewhere; (7) Remote Site Origination, including training of the presenter and scheduling; (8) Videoconferencing, including advantages and disadvantages; (9) Computer Interaction with ITV, including tips for material development; and (1) Legal, Administrative, and Ethical Issues Related to ITV, including copyright and the legality of videotaping classes. (DLS)
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Publication Type: Guides - Classroom - Teacher; Reports - Descriptive; Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
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Language: English
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