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Wilkie, Carol – Central States Speech Journal, 1981
Examines the publicity in the 1935 trial for the kidnapping and death of Charles Lindbergh's son. Applies Burke's theory of human victimage. Concludes that this case may be one of the most blatant examples of journalistic scapegoating in history and a graphic illustration of publicity becoming dangerously prejudicial. (PD)
Descriptors: Bias, Court Litigation, Discourse Analysis, News Media
Vincennes Univ., IN. – 1979
This manual consists of forms and guidelines for use in administering the adult basic education teaching/learning management system called CUBE (Continuity and Unity in Basic Education). Provided in the manual are a variety of orientation forms, including daily attendance records, enrollment forms, publication release forms, and fact sheets on the…
Descriptors: Achievement Tests, Administrator Guides, Adult Basic Education, Guidelines
Freebairn, Thomas – 1974
Television projects for the deaf are described with special focus on activities by the Deafness Research and Training Center to develop a cable television cooperative to produce and distribute programs for the deaf. The chapter on cable television considers principles of cable television, the model for a cable television cooperative, steps in…
Descriptors: Cable Television, Cooperative Programs, Deafness, Exceptional Child Education
Hull, William L.; Bina, James V. – 1977
This report was written as a companion piece to "Increasing the Impact of Innovative Projects," proceedings of the national conference on the impact of federally-administered vocational education exemplary projects. Brief descriptions of the project's accomplishments, major activities and events, problems, publicity activities, and dissemination…
Descriptors: Adoption (Ideas), Demonstration Programs, Diffusion, Educational Innovation
Koss, Judith C. – School Library Journal, 2009
Is it legal to copy a DVD onto a school district's server? As general counsel for a company that publishes and distributes educational videos and sells video-on-demand servers that digitally deliver them to the classroom, the author gets that question from educators all the time. And the answer is: it depends. If one is dealing with copyrighted…
Descriptors: Copyrights, Reprography, Video Technology, Use Studies
Behm, Mary W., Ed. – 1979
This handbook of publicity ideas suggests activities and themes to highlight services and resources of school media centers, including approaches to students, faculty, administration, and the community at large. A 14-item annotated bibliography and six mailing list addresses are provided as additional sources for ideas. Clip art illustrations…
Descriptors: Elementary Secondary Education, Learning Resources Centers, Library Extension, Library Services
Baudino, Frank, Ed.; Ury, Connie Jo, Ed.; Park, Sarah G., Ed. – Online Submission, 2008
Eighteen scholarly papers and eighteen abstracts comprise the content of the 8th "Brick and Click Libraries Symposium," held annually at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, Missouri. The proceedings, authored by academic librarians and presented at the symposium, portray the contemporary and future face of librarianship. Many of the…
Descriptors: Library Education, Instructional Design, Semantics, Copyrights
White, Dorothy J., Ed. – 1996
A manual for the 1996 Louisiana Summer Reading Program is presented in five sections with an Olympic and sports-related theme and illustrations. An evaluation form, a 1996 monthly calendar, and clip art images are provided. The first section covers promotion and publicity, and contains facts about the Olympics, promotion ideas, and sample news…
Descriptors: Athletics, Childrens Art, Childrens Games, Educational Games
Pfaff, Tim – CASE Currents, 1980
It is suggested that coming up with fresh and interesting ideas for college and university publications requires keeping an open mind to events, people, and surroundings, finding good writers, and planning interesting layouts with illustrations. (MSE)
Descriptors: Alumni, Creativity, Graphic Arts, Higher Education
Bernhard, Genore H. – 1975
A guide is presented for those unfamiliar with library procedures who wish to organize and operate a small library. Following a discussion of the modern library's role, there is detailed information about library boards, librarians, finance, legal problems, policies, equipment, supplies, and book acquisition and processing. Shelving, filing, book…
Descriptors: Church Programs, Guides, Institutional Libraries, Library Administration
Jackson, Mary, Ed. – 1986
Designed to help librarians plan a summer reading program around the theme of bears called "have a bearable summer," this activity guide presents many activities and organizational suggestions. The first section of the guide deals with publicity and public relations, while the second section covers story time activities. The third…
Descriptors: Activity Units, Elementary Secondary Education, Library Materials, Library Science
School Library Media Activities Monthly, 1986
Describes specific activities for promoting the services of the school library during School Library Media Month in April. Illustrations of and instructions for making promotional buttons, bookmarks, book jackets, banners, flags and puzzles are provided. (EM)
Descriptors: Elementary Education, Illustrations, Learning Resources Centers, Library Catalogs
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Rudd, M. Eugene – Physics Teacher, 1988
Presented are two case studies on the perspective of the history of science. Provided are the contributions of 12 famous scientists with their historical illustrations and diagrams. Five conclusions are drawn from these studies. (YP)
Descriptors: Astronomy, Case Studies, College Science, Credibility
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Creedon, Pamela J. – Public Relations Review, 1993
Examines the absence of a critical feminist perspective in the application of systems theory as a unifying model for public relations. Describes an unacknowledged third system, the infrasystem, that constructs both suprasystem and subsystem interactions. Concludes with a case analysis of sport as illustration. (HB)
Descriptors: Athletics, Feminism, Higher Education, Models
Cunningham, Earl L. – CASE Currents, 1983
Suggestions for producing low-cost promotional materials to attract alumni to alumni programs are provided. Running advertisements in an alumni periodical or promoting all events in one brochure are suggested. Production, paper and printing, and illustrations and photos are discussed. (MLW)
Descriptors: Alumni, Higher Education, Program Descriptions, Program Development
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