Warren F. Seibert Papers
Dr. Warren F. Seibert specialized in instructional television research and development. An educational psychologist and television researcher, Dr. Seibert held academic positions at Purdue University, Michigan State University and Pennsylvania State University. From 1956 to 1963, Seibert worked at Purdue University as a TV Program Research Consultant and as an associate professor. His positions at Michigan State University (1969-1972) included work as a senior research scientist at the Center for Research on Learning and Teaching, and as founding chairman of the Department of Educational Resources at the School of Dentistry. In 1980, Seibert moved to the Washington, DC area to be chief of the Educational Research and Evaluation Branch of the National Medical Audiovisual Center of the National Library of Medicine. He wrote many publications on educational broadcasting and other subjects, and has lectured extensively on educational broadcasting both nationally and internationally. This collection contains instructional television studies, conference documents, materials on Seibert's participation in the National Association of Educational Broadcasters and documents regarding the Open University system.
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