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A Survey Of The Existing Production Facilities In The School Districts In The State Of Washington, Edward Stewart Ellis Jul 1968

A Survey Of The Existing Production Facilities In The School Districts In The State Of Washington, Edward Stewart Ellis

All Master's Theses

A survey conducted to determine: (1) what facilities exist now in Washington State's public schools for the production of instructional materials; (2) who staffs these facilities; and (3) how these facilities are utilized so it can be decided what is necessary for an adequate production program.


Instructional Media Utilization For The Community College, Gerald Russell Brong Jun 1965

Instructional Media Utilization For The Community College, Gerald Russell Brong

All Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was: 1. To review the physical requirements and facilities of instructional materials centers 2. To review the student station facilities 3. To review the instructional station facilities 4. To relate instructional materials and their utilization to the community college curriculum 5. To review the data needed to write educational specifications.


Establishing An Integrated Instructional Materials Service, Elsie Eggebroten Tompkins Aug 1961

Establishing An Integrated Instructional Materials Service, Elsie Eggebroten Tompkins

All Master's Theses

This study attempted to discover if Washington school administrators believed it would be helpful to integrate library, textbook, and audio-visual materials into one instructional materials service. The three aspects of the problem to be explored were (1) the feasibility of the proposed service in actual schools in Washington, (2) the qualifications thought necessary for the director of such an integrated service, and (3) the degree to which our schools already approached an integrated instructional materials service.