The purpose of this project was to establish an instructional materials program and center in the Snake River Seminary District to provide the equipment, materials, and technical skill necessary to enable local production of teacher conceived instructional aids. This was accomplished only after a majority of the teachers had, by a demonstration, been convinced of their need for production facilities.
The equipment and services to be included in the IMC were determined by a survey of teachers' desires and by recommendations from the District Audiovisual Committee, and then funds were raised by a special district project to procure them.
The District Curriculum Committee established an in-service training and production program to insure accessibility and proper use of the audio-visual facilities. The audio-visual program was also correlated with the other specialist programs in the district.
Guidelines and recommendations were established to assist other districts in establishing similar programs.
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Family, Home, and Social Sciences; History
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Doman, Wayne Ray, "The Establishment of an Instructional Materials Program and Center in the Snake River Seminary District With Guidelines and Recommendations" (1971). All Theses and Dissertations. 4646.
Mormon Church, Seminaries, Snake River Valley District, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Education