TITLE

What Price ETV?

AUTHOR(S)
Flaherty, Daniel L.
PUB. DATE
April 1963
SOURCE
America;4/13/1963, Vol. 108 Issue 15, p491
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the use of television in schools as a medium of instruction. The emergence of KUHT, the first educational television (ETV) station that aired during 1953 in Texas, has set up the trend of interactive and modern way of teaching through the use of ETV in schools. Moreover, parishes, convents and rectories also provide closed-circuit (CC-TV) installations for educational convention. Meanwhile, the significant effects of ETV in the process of learning is also presented.
ACCESSION #
35487343

 

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