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Colle, Royal D. – Educational Broadcasting International, 1979
Suggests the use of audio cassette tapes for communication with outreach workers and rural women in Third World countries, and describes several successful projects. (JEG)
Descriptors: Audiotape Cassettes, Developing Nations, Females, Nonformal Education
Spain, Peter L. – Educational Broadcasting International, 1978
Discusses the financing of Third World media projects that are designed for development, and reports on five main sources of funding--government sources, international agencies, advertising sales, private local support, and self-support. (Author/JEG)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Financial Support, Government Role, International Organizations
Gallagher, Margaret – Educational Broadcasting International, 1978
Discusses the use of television as a teaching medium by the Open University, and identifies five basic ways in which case studies can vary. These differences are used to argue that the less experience students have in using television case studies, the greater the need for didactic, structured programs. (JEG)
Descriptors: Broadcast Television, Educational Strategies, Educational Television, External Degree Programs
Tucker, R. N. – Educational Broadcasting International, 1981
Describes the development, current programs, and future aspirations of a national agency in Scotland which provides educational technology services to those in education and training. It is suggested that the Scottish Council could be used as a model for those wishing to establish similar support agencies. (LLS)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Centers, Educational Technology, Film Libraries, Foreign Countries
Rafe-uz-Zaman – Educational Broadcasting International, 1981
Despite a number of organizational limitations and shortcomings, a pilot project in Pakistan designed to make adults functionally literate with the help of television has been demonstrated viable. Three references are listed. (Author/LLS)
Descriptors: Adult Literacy, Cost Effectiveness, Developing Nations, Educational Television
Karnik, Kiran – Educational Broadcasting International, 1981
Describes the role of research and evaluation in the growth, evolution, and impact of developmental television in India. Eleven references are listed. (Author/LLS)
Descriptors: Communications Satellites, Developing Nations, Educational Television, Elementary Secondary Education
Neilson, Bob – Educational Broadcasting International, 1981
Describes a workshop which was held for the academic and technical personnel of the Chinese Central Broadcasting and Television University (CCTU). The purpose of the workshop was to describe recent developments in distance education, principally in Great Britain, and contrast this with experiences in other parts of the world. (Author/LLS)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Developing Nations, Educational Television, Higher Education
Badri, Hagga Kashif – Educational Broadcasting International, 1979
Discusses the history, social climate, and country of Sudan as they relate to several educational projects. It is suggested that a satisfactory rate of development cannot be achieved while illiteracy remains at its present high level. (Author/JEG)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Educational Television, Nonformal Education, Rural Education
Waniewicz, Ignacy – Educational Broadcasting International, 1981
In January 1980, TVOntario, a television network operated by the Ontario Educational Communications Authority, began to use computer managed learning in conjunction with television broadcasting for adult learners. The three projects which have been carried out since then have brought promising results. (Author/LLS)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Adult Learning, Computer Managed Instruction, Educational Television
Durbridge, Nicola – Educational Broadcasting International, 1981
Describes several formats used in educational television programs produced by the Open University and discusses a learning package developed by OU to help students develop an awareness of the demands of, and appropriate responses to, different television programs. Five references are listed. (LLS)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Educational Television, Foreign Countries, Learning Modules
Ely, Donald P.; Minor, Barbara B. – Educational Broadcasting International, 1979
Describes the Educational Resources Information Center (ERIC) system, its products and services with special emphasis on the ERIC Clearinghouse on Information Resources. Three scenarios of search requests applicable to needs of developing nations are included. (JEG)
Descriptors: Databases, Developing Nations, Education, Information Retrieval
Walker, David M. – Educational Broadcasting International, 1979
Discusses the services of the Ontario Educational Communications Authority (OECA), which has a nine station TV network, a nonbroadcast videotape distribution system, many interactions with cable companies and domestic satellite transmission, and a databank indexing OECA resources. (JEG)
Descriptors: Cable Television, Educational Television, Nonformal Education, Nontraditional Education
Rogers, Everett M. – Educational Broadcasting International, 1980
Describes the Chinese model of development, explains its five major elements (equality, rural emphasis, integration of modern and traditional ideas, decentralization, public participation and self-reliance), and discusses the role of communication in China's development process. Article is based on observations and interviews during author's visit…
Descriptors: Communications, Decentralization, Developing Nations, Development
Howkins, John – Educational Broadcasting International, 1980
Provides a brief history of television and radio in China and describes the use of television, radio, and film there, noting the number of television sets, radios, public loudspeakers, and cinemas. Article is comprised of extracts from the author's 193-page publication "China Media Industry Report 1980." (JD)
Descriptors: Broadcast Television, Developing Nations, Films, History
McCormick, R. – Educational Broadcasting International, 1980
Presents an overview of China's Beijing Broadcasting and Television University: background, establishment, administration and structure, students, courses, teaching package, and course production. (JD)
Descriptors: Administration, Developing Nations, Educational Television, Nontraditional Education
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