specific areas of a slide, and it permits the camera to move in for close-up views of parts of the slide. Slides and film-strips (3%aquot; x 4aquot;) ... In other instances flat pictures are mounted on aquot;flip cardsaquot; or a bulletin board and are televised by means of the studio camera. In televised instruction it is often desired to televise title cards or to superimpose printed words over a live scene. If these kinds of materials are toanbsp;...
|Title||:||And TV, Too!|
|Author||:||National Education Association of the United States. Dept. of Classroom Teachers, Raymond Wyman|