Wireless Broadcasting

As universities continue to grapple with the implications of the internet, and social media in particular, for University teaching – Lindsay Tanner’s recent comments are indicative –  it’s worth remembering that previous revolutions in communications technology exercised the minds of progressive academics.

UAA Series 200, 1923/685

This was certainly the case with the introduction of television in the 1950s, but before this there was wireless radio. The thoughts of the University of Adelaide’s leading professors of the 1920s on the educational possibilities of radio broadcasting can be found here.

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