Talk-back television: The Western Australian experience
AbstractEducational television has only just begun in Western Australia, despite having been around for nearly thirty years. The Golden West Network offers free access to a satellite television system that covers the entire state. Coupled with a telephone return, it allows an interactive method of increasing educational productivity both for on-campus instruction and distance education. The main barriers to success are lack of budget, along with the old standbys of ignorance, fear, apathy and lack of encouragement.
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Lange, J. C. (1987). Talk-back television: The Western Australian experience. Australasian Journal of Educational Technology, 3(1). https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.2368
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