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RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT OF TWO-WAY COMMUNICATION IN THE FIELD OF DISTANCE HIGHER EDUCATION THROUGH BROADCASTING : A Study on Incentives and Continuation of Learning by Periodical Sending and Receipt of Mail

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  • 放送利用の遠隔大学教育に於けるコミュニケーション改善に関する調査研究 : 定期的な郵便の送受信による学習の刺激と継続性の研究

Abstract

Our study group had done such a research as following in 1984. This study is the one of studies on the educational reformation of two-way communication between students and university in the distant higher education through broadcasting like the University of the Air in Japan. In this study, we used two experimental broadcasting series programs of the University of the Air in 1984. The one was titled "HUMAN BIOLOGY", presented by Professor Jiro Ota of Ochanomizu Women's University and the other was titled "ADOLESCENT CULTURE", presented by Professor Masashi Fukaya of the University of the Air and Assistant Prof. Atsushi Kadowaki of Tsukuba University. Those series programs were broadcast both once a week from August to December of last year for fifteen weeks. And we entrusted about fifty members per series programs as program-monitors. Then, we continued to send only one question to every monitor every week by mail, because of finding if he would be able to see objective of each program. We wondered if many kinds of request would make monitors drop out of continuing to learn through broadcasting. This was the reason why we sent only one question to each monitor every week. As the result, fortunately we were able to receive many answers and to gather many kinds of reactions of monitors concerned with " self-learning" in the distance higher education. Furthermore, it became to be clear that the ratio of the monitors who had been continuing to learn through broadcasting from the begining to the end was tremendously high. So, we believe that we were able to get a lot of the useful data for improvement of twoway communication between students and university in the field of distance higher education.

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  • CRID
    1390001206054221952
  • NII Article ID
    110009735951
  • DOI
    10.24458/ebr.13.14.0_37
  • ISSN
    2433-0892
    0386-3204
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • CiNii Articles

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