For better or worse, television today dominates much of American life and manners. . . . Part of [the] lackluster record of the educational uses of television is of course due to the heretofore merciless economies of the medium. But fundamental pedagogic mistrust of the medium remains also a fact of life. The proof of the pudding lies in the fact that on many campuses today fancy television equipment . . . now lies idle and often unused. . . . Academic indifference to this enormously powerful medium becomes doubly incomprehensible when one remembers that the present college generation is also the first television generation. Source: Educause Review
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