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  • Bibliography

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    Borglum, G. "The Modern Language Audio-Visual Project."

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    DeKieffer, Robert E. Audiovisual Instruction. New YoTk:

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  • Oondis, Donis A. A Primer of Visual Literacy. Cambridge,

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    Haas, K. B., and Packer, H. Q. Preparation and Use of Audio-

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    Johnson, Thomas J. Review and Index to Research in Educational

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    McClusky, F. Dean. The Audio-Visual Bibliography. Dubuque,

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    Pandzik, Michael. A Layman's Guide to Audio-Visual Jargon.

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    '"Studio Hamburg; Production Centre for TV, Film, Music and

    Audio-Vision." Educational Media International, 3

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    "Teacher's A-V Handbcpak: Simple Photography and Film-Making."

    Visual Education Jan. 1973, 15, 17, 19.

    Vaughan, T. W. "Stop Making Mediocre Software." Audiovisual

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    Wetzler, W. F. "Choosing Wisely in Illustrations." Educa-

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    White, F. A. "Teacher Competence in the Use of Audio-Visual

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    Wittich, W. A. and Schuller, C. F. Audio-Visual Materials;

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  • Wittich, Walter Arno, and Schuller, Charles F. Instructional

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    II. Photography

    Adams, Ansel. Artificial-Light Photography. Hastings-on-

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    Adams, Ansel. Camera and Lens; the Creative Approach: Studio,

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    Adams, Ansel. Natural-Light Photography. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.:

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    Amphoto Editorial Board. 35mm Photography Simplified. New

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    Anderson, A. J. The Artistic Side of Photography in Theory

    and Practice. New York: Arno Press, 1973. (Original

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    Anderson, Paul L. The Fine Art of Photography. New York:

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    Angel, Heather. Nature Photography: Its Art and Technique.

    Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.: Morgan and Morgan, 1973.

    Arnold, C. R., et al. Applied Photography. Garden City,

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    Asher, Harry. Photuraphic Principles and Practices. Engle-

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    Backhouse, et al. Illustrated Dictionary of Photography.

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  • Bauer, Erwin A. Outdoor Photography. Outdoor Life, 1965.

    Baufle, Jean Marie.-

    Photographing Wildlife. Tr. from French

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    Original title: La chasse photographique.

    Berg, F. W. Exposure. New York: Hastings House, 1971.

    Bomback, Edward S. Manual of Photographic Lighting. Dobbs

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    Boni, Albert. Photographic Literature; an International

    Bibliographic Guide. New York: Morgan and Morgan, 1962.

    Bracegirdle, Brian. Photography as Illustration; the Use of

    the Camera for Books and Reports. South Brunswick: A.

    S. Barnes, 1972.

    Clulow, F. W. Color, Its Principles and their Applications.

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    Colin. Photography Bibliography. Springfield, VA: U. S. Dept.

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    Croy, Otto R. Graphic Effects tx Photography. Tr. by F.

    Bradley. New York: Focal Press, 1973. Original title:

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    Cyr, D. J. "Making Color Slides Without a Camera." Arts

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    Daniels, Dan. Photography from A to Z. New York: Chilton

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    Davis, Phil. Photography. Dubuque, Iowa: W. C. Brown Co.,

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    Deschen, Jacob. 35mm Photography. Garden City, N. Y.:

    Amphoto, 1959.

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  • Feininger, Andreas. Basic Color Photography. New York:

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    Feininger, Andreas. The Complete Photographer. Englewood

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    Fenton, D. X. Better Photography for Amateurs. 3rd ed.

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    The Focal Encyclopedia of Photography. New York: Focei Press,

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    Foldes, Joseph. Everybody's Photo Course. New York: Am-

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    rilur-Language Dictionary of Photography and Cinematography.

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    Fr /tag, Heinrich. Reinhold's Photo and Mc-trie Book. New

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    Fritsche, Kurt. Faults in Photography: Causes and Correctives.

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    Fusco, Paul, and McBridelWill. Photo Essay: How to Communi-

    cate with Pictures. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, 1974.

    Gassan, Arnold. Handbook for Contemporary Photography.

    Rochester, N. Y.: Handbook Company, 1974.

    Gernsheim, Helmut. Creative Photography, Aesthetic Trends

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    Gernsheim, Helmut. Focus on Architecture and Sculpture: An

    8

  • Original Approach to the Photography of Architecture

    and Sculpture. London: The Fountain Press, 1949.

    Goldsmith, Arthur A. How to Take Better Pictures. New York:

    Arco Publishing Co., 1960.

    Green, Jonathan, comp. Camera Work: A Critical Anthology.

    New York: Aperture, 1973.

    Guest, Antony. Art and the Camera. New York: Arno Press,

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    Hattersley, Ralph. Discover Yourself Through Photograghy.

    Dobbs Ferry, N. Y.: Morgan and Morgan, 1971.

    Hawken, William R. You and Your Camera. New York, Amphoto,

    1973.

    Hedgecoe, John, and Langford, Michael. Photography: Materials

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    The Here's How Book of Photography. Rochester, N. Y.: East-

    man Kodak Co., 1971.

    International Glossary of Photographic Terms. (Engl., Germ.,

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    Rochester, N. Y.: Eastman Kodak, 1973.

    Isert, Gerhard. The Art of Color Photography. New York: Van

    Nostrand Reinhold, 1971.

    Jenkins, Nicholas. Photo Graphics; Photographic Techniques

    for Design. New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1973.

    John, D. H. 0. anagElax on Expeditions. gew York: Focal

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    Kahmen, Volker. Art History of Photography. Tr. Brian

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    FotograRtie als Kunst.

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  • Keeley, J. C. Photography for Your Family. Des Moines:

    Meredith Press, 1964.

    Kemp, Weston. Better Pictures with your Kodak Instamatic.

    Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1975.

    Kemp, Weston D. Photography for Visual Communicators.

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    Keppler, Herbert. "Why Photographers Ought to Travel."

    Modern Photography, June, 1967.

    Kinzer, H. M. Available Light Photography. New York:

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    Kodak Color Dataguide. Rochester, N. Y.: Eastman House, 1974.

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    Kowalski, Paul. Applied Photographic Theory. New York: Wiley-

    Interscience, 1972.

    Langford, Michael J. Advanced Photography; a Grammar of

    Techniques. New York: Focal Press, 1969.

    Langford, Michael J. Basic Photography; a Primer for Pro-

    fessionals. New York: Amphoto, 1971.

    lyons, Nathan, ed. Photographers on Photography; a Critical

    Anthologz. Englewood Cliffs, N. J.: Prentice-Hall, 1966.

    Mathews, Sydney K. Photography in Archaeology and Art. New

    York: Humanities Press, 1968.

    McDarrah, Fred W., ed. Photography Market Place; the Com-

    plete Source Book for Still Photography. New York: R. R.

    Bowker Co., 1975.

    Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo. Painting, riotography, Film. Tr. Janet

    Seligman. Cambridge, Mass: MIT Press, 1969. Original

    10

  • title: Malerei, Fotographie, Film.

    Neblette, Carroll Bernard. Photographz, its Materials and

    Processes. New York: Van Nostrand, 1962.

    Newcomb, H. S. 35mm Photo Technigue. New York: Hastings

    House, 1971.

    Nurnberg, Walter. Lighting for photography; Means and

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    1968.

    The Pictorial Cyclopedia of Photography. New York: Focal

    Press, 1970.

    Rhode, R. B., and McCall, F. H. Introduction to Photography,

    3rd ed. New York: Macmillan, 1976.

    Rothstein, Arthur. Color anagraphy_ Now. New York: Amphoto,

    1970.

    Schuneman, R. Smith, ed. Photographic Communication; Prin-

    ciples, Problems and Challenges of Photojournalism.

    New York: Hastings House, 1972.

    Shaw, Leslie. Architectural Photography. London: George

    Newnes, 1949.

    Shulman, Julius. PhoLographing Architecture and Interiors.

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    Skoglund, Osta. Colour in Your Camera; a Book of Colour

    Photographs to Show How to Make Colour Photographs.

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    Skupien, Lawrence j. "Photographing Nature." Communicator,

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    Smith, Edwin. All the Photo Tricks. Garden City, N. Y.:

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    Swedlund, Charles. Photography; a Handbook of History,

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    Szasz, Suzanne. How I Photograph Children. New York:

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    Time-Life Books.

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    Caring for Photographs:

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    Life Books, 1972.

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    Tame-Life Books. The Great Themes. New York: Time-Life Books,

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  • Time-Life Books. Light and Film. New York: Time-Life Books,

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    Life Books, 1971.

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    Life Books, 1971.

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    13

  • Weiss, Harvey. Lens and Shutter. Reading, Mass.: Young

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    III. Picture Composition

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  • Graham, Donald W. Composing Pictures. New York: Van Nostrand

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  • IV. Slides and Photographs for Teaching

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  • Carithers, P. "Color Slides that Show Teaching." Mi50041

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    Desselmann, Gunther. "Gestaltungskriterien fUr Diareitlen

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    Diefenbach, Robert C., "Freezeframe: A New Way to AugOent

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    Dostal, N. M. Audio-Visual Second Language Learning. piss.

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    Dunathan, Arni T., and Miller, F. Milton. "Makeshift creens

    Measure Up." Audiovisual Instruction, 16, 7 (Sepf. ).971), 31.

    Edgerton, W. D. "Europe on One Roll of Film a Day; PhetogroPhic

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    visual Instruction, 15 (March 1970), 99-101.

    Edgerton, W. D. "Three Simplified _Methods for Produciel 350M

    Slide Titles." Audiovisual Instruction, 13 (Sept/ 1968),

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    Freudenthal, Juan R. "The Slide as a Communication T001. A

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    Library Science, Simmons College, September 1973.

    (ERIC ED 098 966) 17

  • Gardner, C. Hugh. "Instructional Resources: Making the Most

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    (March 1976), 48-55.

    Gardner, F. "Audio-Visual Materials in the Classroom."

    Iaprovin& College and University Teachim, 19 (Spring 1971),

    114-16.

    Griffin, R. J. "Any Teacher Can: an Approach to Producing

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    Groneman, N. "How to Make Instructional Slide Presentations."

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    Hartley, James, and Fuller, Hilary C. "Using Slides in Lectures:

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    Herbert, Kevin. "The Illustrated Lecture and Its Role in

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    Mar. 1971), 227-32.

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