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Leslie, Joanne – Educational Broadcasting International, 1978
Provides a review of projects in which the mass media have been used for health and nutrition education in low income countries. Effectiveness of projects is evaluated by measuring outreach, attainment of educational objectives or, less frequently, attainment of health objectives. (JEG)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Health Education, Mass Media, Nonformal Education
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
Jenkins, Janet – Educational Broadcasting International, 1979
In spite of many nonformal educational programs for women in the Third World, few seem to be working constructively towards improving women's position in life. This article asks why this is so and suggests some guidelines for progress. (Author/JEG)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Females, Feminism, Nonformal Education
Jenkins, Janet – Educational Broadcasting International, 1979
Looks at educational factors in using television or cinema film for non-formal education in developing nations. Styles of presentation in films are discussed, and suggestions are made for assessing effectiveness. (JEG)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Evaluation Methods, Film Production, Instructional Films
Jamison, Dean T.; Orivel, Francois – Educational Broadcasting International, 1978
Comparison of 14 different distance teaching projects showed that the projects and their costs are reasonably comparable. Methods of cost analysis are discussed, and conclusions reached on seven aspects of the economics of distance teaching are summarized. (JEG)
Descriptors: Cost Effectiveness, Developing Nations, Economics, Educational Finance
Nyirenda, Juma Esau – Educational Broadcasting International, 1981
Reviews some instructional media research that has been done in developing countries and makes recommendations for its improvement. Twenty-two references are listed. (Author/LLS)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Educational Media, Educational Radio, Educational Television
Gunter, Jock – Educational Broadcasting International, 1975
A discussion of the role instructional television can play in nonformal, or affective education, in developing nations. (HB)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Educational Television, Humanistic Education, Nonformal Education
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
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
Garcia, Alvardo Pedrosa – Educational Broadcasting International, 1980
Details several agricultural and health development programs initiated during the past decade in the Cauca Valley in Colombia. Introduced through nonformal educational strategies making use of media, these programs have had mixed results. (LLS)
Descriptors: Agricultural Skills, Developing Nations, Dropouts, Educational Media
Dall, Frank – Educational Broadcasting International, 1980
Describes a workshop held in Zambia in August 1979, to disseminate among performing artists and rural development workers skills for using the performing arts to communicate information on problems related to agriculture, health, and community development. Over 70 participants from the U.S., Canada, Botswana, Lesotho, Tanzania, Kenya, and Zambia…
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Developing Nations, Drama Workshops, Dropouts
Byram, Martin; Garforth, Chris – Educational Broadcasting International, 1980
In 1977 the Evaluation and Action Research Unit (EARU) was established in Botswana as part of the Agricultural Information Services to assist in the production of relevant and comprehensible extension materials. One such materials development project in which EARU participated is described in detail. (LLS)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Developing Nations, Educational Media, Evaluation
Kidd, Ross – Educational Broadcasting International, 1978
Technological considerations may overwhelm the user's capacity to analyze problems and select the most appropriate medium for the task. This discussion paper describes video use in Botswana over a four-year period and then makes a comparative analysis of video and other communication media as tools for nonformal education. (Author/JEG)
Descriptors: Cartoons, Developing Nations, Educational Programs, Nonformal Education
Barrett, Mike – Educational Broadcasting International, 1976
Describes a problem-based course in developmental support communications sponsored by the Media Department of the British Council. Participants from developing nations learned to analyze problems in non-formal education, improve their decision-making, and plan, produce and evaluate materials for a specified audience. (Author/BD)
Descriptors: Developing Nations, Educational Media, Institutes (Training Programs), Media Specialists