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Ziskin Honorary Members Lauriston S. Taylor, Honorary President, Warren K. Sinclair, President Emeritus W. Roger Ney, Executive Director Emeritus Seymour Abrahamson Edward L. Alpen John A. Auxier William J. Bair Bruce B. Boecker Victor P. Bond Robert L. Brent Reynold F. Brown Melvin C. Carter Randall S. Caswell Frederick P. Cowan James F. Crow Gerald D. Dodd Patricia W. Durbin Thomas S. Ely Richard F. Foster Hymer L. J. Michael Fry Robert O. Gorson Arthur W. Guy Eric J. Hall Naomi H. Harley John W.
Videotape programs are commonly used as a communications medium in technical fields. Imaginative programming can make videotape very effective, especially for self-instruction. On the other hand, when these programs are no more than a recording of a lecture, they may be only marginally effective. Videotape or computer-based programs can be used as supplements to the classroom environment or as methods in which the trainee interacts with the teaching program without benefit of a personal instructor.
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