Today in universities throughout the country, student enrollment is increasing faster than the number of qualified instructors. If the faculty of the university is going to effectively meet this challenge each member must be able to instruct more students without increasing the number of classroom hours per week. To meet this demand put upon the instructor, the university is faced with a problem of communication. There must be a revision in the methods of teaching now employed, keeping the sound instructional techniques and expanding upon them with the technology of communication.
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