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Instructional Technology Report, 1974
A series of analytical studies on learning, cost, and field projects, conducted by Wilbur Schramm and his associates at the Institute for Communication Research at Stanford University, are reviewed in this issue. The researchers analyzed the potential of instructional technologies in developing countries with particular reference to: (1)…
Descriptors: Audiovisual Aids, Comparative Analysis, Cost Effectiveness, Developing Nations
Tung, Cao Thanh – Instructional Technology Report, 1974
Cao Thanh Tung reports on a one month Seminar/Workshop on Planning for the Use of Educational Broadcast Media for National Development, which was sponsored by UNESCO and held in South Viet Nam in June 1974. The seminar placed emphasis on the importance of integrating educational media technology into programs for educational change, rather than…
Descriptors: Communication Problems, Community Action, Community Development, Developing Nations
Instructional Technology Report, 1975
This issue is dedicated to folk media. Using Indonesia for his case study, Dr. Nat Colletta analyzes traditional culture as a medium for development. Juan Diaz Bordenave expresses doubts about adapting folk media to development objectives; Susan Hostetler and Arthur Gillette report on uses of the theater to promote development objectives; and…
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Drama, Educational Development, Educational Technology
Giltrow, David – Instructional Technology Report, 1976
The conundrums discussed are: (1) Can media be used for instruction when people feel that its purpose is purely entertainment? (2) How much credibility can there be in messages originating from mistrusted sources? and (3) Is comprehension related to the sophistication of technology used in instructional presentations? Also in this issue: Brajesh…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Communication Problems, Credibility, Educational Development