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Video production today can no longer be compared to the type 1 of productions enacted even 20 years ago. It is true that studio productions have not changed much in that time, but advanced technology in computer visuals and in the miniaturization of equipment has allowed amateur photographers to become their own video production staff. Contrasts in production techniques cause concern among educators today and lead them to ask if a vast difference in the quality of the videos being produced is having an effect on the amount of information recall of students. Certainly, some benefit is coming from amateur and professional productions with a degree of quality on each side, however a few questions must be dealt with to discover the benefits of each type of production.

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Master of Arts in Education


Department of Curriculum and Instruction

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Roger A. Kueter

Second Advisor

Sharon E. Smaldino


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