Instructional Videotapes (Digital Surrogates) | University of Illinois Archives

 
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Instructional Videotapes (Digital Surrogates)
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1962-1975
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Audiovisual Records from Instructional Videotapes contain an interview with Gil Haight, Professor of Chemistry, on the inclusion of television in chemistry instruction; demonstration of Piaget's Theory for Early Childhood Curriculum by Celia Lavatelli, professor of Elementary and Early Childhood Education (ca. 1970); load deformation and stress lectures by Professor Harry Wetenkamp and Thaddeus Elsessor, Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (1968); Walter Gropius lecture by Professor Marcel Franciscono, Department of Art History; Voices in Early Childhood Education interview with Celia Lavatelli (1976).

Administrative access to preservation, nearline, and access files are available to archives staff at https://medusa.library.illinois.edu/collections/231

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Contains 71.3 gigabytes of files.
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dcbdb030-95a8-0131-1105-0050569601ca-6
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