2 edition of feasibility of a cooperatively-owned multi-purpose, multi-channel, closed-circuit television system for instruction, materials distribution, and administrative data handling found in the catalog.
feasibility of a cooperatively-owned multi-purpose, multi-channel, closed-circuit television system for instruction, materials distribution, and administrative data handling
Paul A. Andereck
by Instructional Materials Center Audio-Visual Dept of the Cooperating School Districts of the St. Louis Suburban Area in St. Louis
Written in English
|Statement||by Paul A. Andereck, Don R. Mitchell [and] Warren A. Boecklen with additional materials by Ralph J. Bitzer. A report prepared for the Cooperating Schools A-V Corporation of St. Louis County.|
|Contributions||Boecklen, Warren A., Mitchell, Don R., Cooperating Schools A-V Corporation of St. Louis County, Missouri., North Circle project.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 186 l.|
|Number of Pages||186|
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