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Three objections arc frequently made to the installation of moving-picture equipment in schools by teachers and school administrators. The first objection is that good materials are not available when needed. Secondly, teachers are not trained to use them. Thirdly, they are too expensive. The Central Washington College of Education at Ellensburg has recently established a library of 16-mm. sound films. These films, consisting of seventy-six titles, are being circulated among twelve school systems of the state on a subscription basis.
Muzzall, E. L. (1939). Visual Aids in Education. Washington Education Journal, 18(7), 187.
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