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Television as a Tool in Off-Campus Engineering Education

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Television has recently been very successfully applied to Engineering Extended Learning. This paper will review the use of this medium by the University of Florida, Colorado State University, Stanford University and the University of California, Davis Campus. Factors examined in the paper are: 1. Extent and type of system 2. Need served 3. Number and type of students 4. Cost of system a. total per student served b. cost to student 5. Results and reaction to the system The paper particularly emphasizes the University of California system and includes a report on the results of the first year of operation of a singularly successful system for bringing graduate education to the full time working engineer at reasonable cost and high quality.

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:16 ,  Issue: 2 )