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Date of Award

1981

Document Type

Thesis - Pacific Access Restricted

Degree Name

Master of Science (M.S.)

Department

Physics

First Advisor

Andres F. Rodriguez

First Committee Member

Albert V. Bay[?]

Second Committee Member

Richard L. Perry

Third Committee Member

Carl E. Wulfman

Abstract

Media play a large part in most of our daily lives. We watch television; we go to the movies; we listen to the radio. For years educators have been adapting media-related technological advancements for the purpose of teaching in the classroom. Here at the Physics Department of the University of the Pacific, we have adapted the medium of synchronized slide-tapes for use in the laboratory component of our calculus-based introductory physics course.

Pages

162

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