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Educational Technology

1976 Volume 16, Number 5

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Number of articles: 13

  1. Keynote to Issue: A Challenge to Dream

    Vladimir K. Zworykin

    An inventor of television technology challenges educators to use television to its greatest potential by being unafraid to dream about going beyond the confines of the known. (HB) More

    pp. 6-0

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  2. Synopsis of Television in Education

    Donald G. Perrin

    A general discussion of the role of television in education with suggestions for maximizing its use. (HB) More

    pp. 7-9

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  3. Instructional Development in Instructional Television

    Diana R. Carl

    This article proposes to define the extent of the presence of instructional development procedures used in instructional television facilities and described in a variety of literature. (Author/HB) More

    pp. 10-24

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  4. A Cognitive Approach to Media

    Gavriel Salomon

    A discussion of three factors which could make a difference in learning from television: the technology involved, the content transmitted, and the symbolic codes into which the messages are coded. ... More

    pp. 25-28

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  5. Instructional Television: Do We Have the Courage to Succeed?

    Paul Bosner

    A discussion of instructional television's implementation in terms of massiveness of the system; the decentralization of the system; and the fragmented, overlapping funding structure of the system,... More

    pp. 28-30

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  6. A Working Model for Instructional Television

    Jack McBride

    An analysis of various educational television projects and the aspects of each that can be used to evolve a model for ITV. (HB) More

    pp. 30-34

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  7. ITV/ETV Evaluation: What We Should Expect

    Frederick Williams & Monty C. Stanford

    A look at the accumulation of generalizations about evaluation of instructional television and what information can be expected from those evaluations currently being carried out. (HB) More

    pp. 35-38

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  8. Instructional Television: The Medium Whose Future Has Passed?

    Dave Berkman

    A presentation of reasons why television has never been an integral part of instruction, and why it will not be in the future. (HB) More

    pp. 39-44

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  9. Instructional Television, Interaction and Learning Objectives

    Richard W. Burns

    A discussion of some basic research questions for learning and television. (HB) More

    pp. 44-49

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  10. In-School Television and the New Technology

    Rudy Bretz

    A discussion of how video and television technology has advanced and is being used in the schools. (HB) More

    pp. 50-53

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  11. Videodiscs, or the Individualization of Instructional Television

    E W. Schneider

    A discussion of how the videodisc is being introduced in the United States and how it can be used for instruction. (HB) More

    pp. 53-58

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  12. Instructional Television: Yesterday's Magic?

    George N. Gordon

    An overview of the development of instructional television which points to the shortcomings of the past programs. (HB) More

    pp. 59-60

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  13. Improving ITV's Instructional Image

    Jerrold Ackerman

    pp. 61-62

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