Date of Award

1972

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Education

First Advisor

Unknown

Abstract

For my Honors Special Study, I decided to catalog the audio-visual equipment that belongs to the Educational Department. I feel this project was a benefit not only to me but also to the Department. While I gained some much needed experience in cataloging equipment, the Educational department gained two complete records of its audio-visual equipment--one for the Media Lab and one for the Curriculum Lab. The cards contain the serial numbers of the audio-visual equipment to serve as a means of identification. Also both instructors and students of education will now be able to tell at a glance what equipment is available for their use. Therefore, I think this has been a worthwhile project.

This report of my project has been divided into two parts--1. Procedure, 2. Types of audio-visual equipment.

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