A comparative study of the organization and administration of departments of audio-visual education in the greater Boston area
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Problem: To acquire knowledge of the organization and administrative methods of departments of audio-visual education in the greater Boston area. Method of Study: Nine departments of audio-visual education in the greater Boston area were selected for study. In the selection of these departments, an attempt was made to obtain coverage of as wide a variety of audio-visual departments as possible which serve different segments of the public. These selected departments could be expected to exhibit different approaches, organizational and administrative methods. In collecting the data for this thesis, the writer visited each of the following nine departmental Film Library Boston University School of Education; Department of Audio-Visual Instruction, Boston Public Schools; Audio-Visual Department, Boston Public Library; Audio-Visual Department, Lexington Public Schools; Department of Audio-Visual Instruction, New Bedford Public Schools; Audio-Visual Center New England Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company; Department of Audio-Visual Aids, North Reading Public Schools; Department of Audio-Visual Instruction, Weymouth Public Schooler and the Audio-Visual Department, Newton Public Schools. The writer interviewed the audio-visual director of each department, and examined the physical facilities [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (M.S.)--Boston University
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