The development of new instructional media for the offset duplicating process utilizing the audiscan system Public Deposited

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  • The research study discussed and amplified in this paper consisted of the development and evaluation of two instructional concepts illustrating the procedures for 1) typing an offset master, and 2) duplicating offset copies. Each concept was prepared for use with the Audiscan projector, which utilizes a 16mm continuous loop filmstrip and synchronized sound tape. The medium requires individual student performance and participation. The study was designed to determine whether students using the Audiscan (the experimental groups) could master the two concepts without assistance from an instructor and whether they could complete the required performance activities more efficiently than students not using the Audiscan (the control groups). Two experimental and two control groups were selected from a Business Machines and an Office Procedures class at Oregon State University. Results of testing indicated that the experimental groups did complete the required performance tasks without the aid of the instructor. Evaluation factors indicate that the experimental groups were measurably higher in all categories evaluated. In addition, the attitude of the students in the experimental groups was highly favorable; they preferred the use of the Audis can and its self-contained concepts to the traditional lecture/demonstration presentation. The development of concepts for the Audiscan by the writer of this study demonstrates that it is possible for a classroom instructor to prepare instructional materials of this type at a minimal cost, provided adequate facilities and technical assistance are available within the institution. If it is necessary to rely upon commercial firms for assistance in production, the costs can become prohibitive.
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