Graduate Research Papers
Open Access Graduate Research Paper
This report examines the research of media's influence on learning and, more specifically, reviews the history and research of instructional television. It is hoped that the reader will gain insight into the potential influence of media, and the worth of instructional television for the future. The intent of this review is threefold; 1) to discuss the influence of media on learning, 2) to identify significant trends and/or conclusions which have emerged in ITV since it's inception in the early 1930s; and 3) to allay concerns about the effectiveness of television as a mode of delivering instruction.
Year of Submission
Master of Arts
Department of Curriculum and Instruction
Robert R. Hardman
1 PDF file (55 leaves)
©1989 Terri Lynn McDonald
McDonald, Terri Lynn, "The influence of instructional television on learning" (1989). Graduate Research Papers. 2871.
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