A course was designed to provide an introduction to the various types of instructional media that are currently being utilized for instructional purposes. Students were taught to list the characteristics and advantages of the different types of instructional media, to explain and justify procedures for effectively integrating media into instructional units, and to set up and operate the most commonly used media equipment. This manual first describes the course, its requirements and examinations, and provides a sample individual student progress report and equipment operation objectives. Twelve self-instructional packages to be used as guides through the course subject matter are presented: motion picture film and film projection; filmstrips; individualized instruction; media utilization; overhead and opaque projection; instructional media centers; instructional audio; instructional television; selection and evaluation of educational media; 8mm film and film loops; photography; and programed instruction. (Author/SH)
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Utah Univ., Salt Lake City. Div. of Instructional Systems and Learning Resources.