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NOTES 47 14. Engineering Manpower Commission of the American Association of Engineering Societies, Inc., Engineering and Technology Enrollments, Fall 1983, Part II. Technology. 15. P. A. Saetler, History of Instructional Technology (New York: McGraw-Hill, 1968~. 16. Stanford University Institute for Communications Research, Educational Televi- sion: The Next Ten Years Halo Alto, Calif.: 1962). 17. Carnegie Commission on Higher Education, The Fourth Revolution: Instruc- tional Technologyin HigherEducation ~ New York: 1972~. 18. State University of New York, Television in the Classroom (undated).

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