Introduction (Media and Symbols)
by David R. Olson - 1974
Our attack on the problems of the "media revolution" is in three parts. The first concerns the general structure of the symbolic world that is created by our media of expression and communication. The second section concerns the particular potentials and limitations of several media for educational purposes. The third examines the social context of educational technological reform. These sections will be introduced successively.
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