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451 Telecourses offer an alternative way to learn
Northern Iowan 83:1, p.13
8/26/1986 Eight courses will be offered on IPTV.
452 Off-campus learners can take advantage of UNI telecourse offerings
Public Relations News Release 1986:501, p.1
8/8/1986 Telecourses are offered through Office of Continuing Education. Eight courses were broadcast in thirty to sixty minute seminars over Iowa Public Television; covering philosophy, history, psychology, business, writing, sociology, and cultural studies.
453 Research done on area students
Kuhlmann--Venessa (Class of 1989)
Northern Iowan 82:55, p.20
5/2/1986 James Walker reports on research done on television watching in Waterloo and Cedar Falls.
454 There is more to this actor than the ineptness of Frank Burns
Morse--Julie A. (Class of 1988)
Northern Iowan 82:55, p.14
5/2/1986 Lengthy excerpts from speech by Larry Linville; photo.
455 Aggression linked to television violence
Northern Iowan 82:54, p.11
4/29/1986 Rowell Huesmann, Gary Selnow, and Gary Gaddy speak at the McElroy Symposium.
456 Television not all good, not al bad for children
Northern Iowan 82:54, p.10
4/29/1986 Extensive excerpts from presentation of John C. Wright at McElroy Symposium; photo.
457 Frank Burns of television's 'M*A*S*H' to speak at UNI Monday (April 28)
Public Relations News Release 1986:381, p.1
4/22/1986 The man who played Burns, Larry Linville, will speak on how the show both influenced and reflected changes in society during the years it was on the air; he was on the show for five seasons.
458 TV's impact on the child to be addressed
Northern Iowan 82:52, p.12
4/22/1986 Jon Hall talks about highlights of upcoming McElroy Symposium.
459 'Television and its impact on the child' topic for UNI's McElroy Symposium April 24-26 at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1986:376, p.1
4/18/1986 The fifth annual symposium is meant to stimulate discussion and provide information that will aid in the understanding of the immediate and long-range effects of television on the child; sponsored by the McElroy Foundation of Waterloo.
460 'Television and its impact on the child' topic for UNI's McElroy Symposium April 24-46 at UNI
Public Relations News Release 1986:377, p.1
4/18/1986 Nearly a dozen specialists in communication, education and behavioral sciences will come to discuss the topic.
461 Public invited to be audience
Northern Iowan 82:51, p.5
4/18/1986 KWWL will use a live audience in their broadcast of a town meeting on AIDS.
462 Friday morning . . .
Northern Iowan 82:45, p.2
3/28/1986 Gives suggestions for dealing with upset coaches at sporting events.
463 TV's impact on children looked at
Northern Iowan 82:45, p.14
3/28/1986 McElroy Symposium will be held in the Communication Arts Center.
464 Telecourses offered this semester
Northern Iowan 82:28, p.8
1/21/1986 Description of the five telecourses offered.
465 UNI to offer five telecourses for college credit
Public Relations News Release 1986:198, p.1
1/13/1986 Iowa Public Television will broadcast classes. Students will have access to a UNI instructor via, telephone, in writing, and personal contact. Examinations will be given close to the student's home and mailed to the university for grading.
466 Tele-evangelism questioned
Welch--James D. (Laboratory School Faculty)
Northern Iowan 82:20, p.10
11/12/1985 Chuck Quirk and John Folkers talk about television evangelists.
467 Speakers to discuss TV evangelism
Walton--Thomas Herrity (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 82:18, p.9
11/5/1985 Charles Quirk and John Folkers will make presentations.
468 UNI to be part of nationwide teleconference
Northern Iowan 82:10, p.4
10/4/1985 Will participate in Beyond War teleconference.
469 S#!*s and giggles
Koehler--Catherine (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 82:7, p.2
9/24/1985 Feels television commercials present false image of America.
470 Football team on big screen
Fries--Glen S. (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 82:6, p.19
9/20/1985 Football game to be broadcast by the satellite.
471 New cable services
Northern Iowan 82:4, p.10
9/13/1985 Joe Marchesani talks about the installation of service in Sabin Hall and the Union.
472 Slip of the pen
Northern Iowan 82:3, p.2
9/10/1985 Has problems with Jerry Falwell's recent assertions.
473 Panthers on big screen
Fries--Glen S. (Class of 1985)
Northern Iowan 82:2, p.21
9/6/1985 KWWL will broadcast game against Southwest Missouri State.
474 Telecourses offered
Goodwin--Valerie (Student--1985)
Northern Iowan 82:1, p.5
8/30/1985 Jim Bodensteiner notes the courses offered this fall and talks about some of the associated procedures; photo.
475 1985 Student as Critic Conference: Television called 'inherently boring'
Northern Iowan 81:51, p.7
4/19/1985 Alice Swensen talks about the way that television works.
476 But Seriously Folks
Northern Iowan 81:46, p.2
4/2/1985 Describes the syndicated reruns she watched over spring break.
477 Friday Morning . . .
Northern Iowan 81:33, p.2
2/8/1985 Speaks negatively about the quality of television and television advertising.
478 Attention David Letterman
Cashman--Teresa K. (Class of 1986)
Northern Iowan 81:32, p.2
2/5/1985 Tries to inform David Letterman that UNI does in fact exist.
479 Non-traditional students welcome
Reineke--Martha J. (Philosophy & Religion Faculty)
Northern Iowan 81:29, p.3
1/25/1985 Professor Reineke says that non-traditional students are welcome at UNI.
480 Effects of game show withdrawal
Northern Iowan 81:28, p.2
1/22/1985 A discussion on the new game shows, and why college students are drawn to them.
481 Students write Letterman
Hussman--Peter (Pete)
Northern Iowan 81:28, p.4
1/22/1985 Three UNI students wrote a letter that was read on the Dave Letterman Show.
482 Maxwell, Bailey combine talents to produce Christmas choral concert
Amick--Laura (Public Relations Staff)
Alumnus 69:4, p.25
1/1/1985 Concert taped in Des Moines church; photo.
483 Court ruling hurts UNI revenue
Northern Iowan 81:23, p.16
11/30/1984 The NCAA loss of control over football telecasts decreases the revenue for UNI.
484 UNI game to be televised
Northern Iowan 81:14, p.17
10/23/1984 The men's basketball team makes its first appearance on live, commercial television with the UNI-ISU game in the UNI-Dome.
485 Cablevision rates hike
Northern Iowan 81:9, p.10
10/2/1984 The monthly rates of cable television were raised.
486 What's up
Northern Iowan 80:61, p.3
7/6/1984 Meetings and activities; check cashing service.
487 Swensen: Become a critical viewer
Northern Iowan 80:53, p.5
4/20/1984 Professor Swensen tells how to become a critical television viewer.
488 UNI offers Am. history telecourse
Northern Iowan 80:45, p.6
3/23/1984 Will study George Washington and his times.
489 Computer telecourse offered
Northern Iowan 80:38, p.6
2/21/1984 Telecourse will offer introduction to computers.
490 Science series in third season
Northern Iowan 80:14, p.15
10/18/1983 Joan Duea talks about her association with a television science program; photo.
491 Telecourses: Learn by watching television
Northern Iowan 80:2, p.5
8/30/1983 Will offer five courses via television.
492 Fagen: versatility, experience keys in broadcasting
Northern Iowan 79:44, p.7
3/29/1983 Mary Fagen talks about her work to a broadcasting class.
493 Lutheran Student Center
Northern Iowan 79:38, p.7
2/25/1983 Farewell to M*A*S*H party.
494 M*A*S*H to bid farewell
Northern Iowan 79:38, p.7
2/25/1983 Union will have party in conjunction with last episode.
495 Watch those Kids!
Northern Iowan 79:38, p.11
2/25/1983 Students enjoy watching the soap opera "All My Children"; photo.
496 KWWL-TV offers working experience
Northern Iowan 79:29, p.3
1/25/1983 Television station hires interns from UNI.
497 TV jobs program
Northern Iowan 79:27, p.14
498 Telecourse offered
Sundberg--Anne M. (Class of 1982)
Northern Iowan 79:18, p.6
11/5/1982 Course on Civil War offered.
499 TV debates scheduled
Northern Iowan 79:10, p.6
500 Students watch the soaps
Northern Iowan 79:7, p.10


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