Date of Award:

5-1968

Document Type:

Thesis

Degree Name:

Master of Science (MS)

Department:

Languages, Philosophy and Communication Studies

Committee Chair(s)

Burrell F. Hansen

Committee

Burrell F. Hansen

Abstract

A study of closed circuit television systems was made which could be utilized t o supplement conventional teaching methods at College of Southern Utah.

A basic, but complete studio installation for production work and radio-television class room instruction in addition to four, individual, self-contained installations a re recommended f or regular classroom use. All equipment is to be compatible and provide for complete interchangeability of tapes within the system.

Present costs of distribution systems indicate that video t apes produced in the classroom, in the field, or in the studio and played back in the class room would provide better utilization of available funds. It is recommended, however, that all future buildings be cabled with coaxial cable for closed circuit television distribution. This form would be less costly and more versatile than microwave distribution.

Included are recommendations of presently available, commercial equipment that satisfy the indicated needs.

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