Objectives: 1. To survey types, numbers and conditions of the audiovisual equipment of the Faculty of Education available in the central section and in each department. 2. To survey the frequency in using media of the faculty members at all levels in order to be as data for considering in providing needed instructional media for the staff members. 3. To analyze problems in using and producing media of the faculty members. 4. To survey the faculty members' opinion and needs concerning the services of the Educational Media Service Unit. 5. To present the overall idea of the Educational Media Service Unit Project in the following aspects : objectives, principles, work-load, management, budget, personnel, and a plan for constructing the Educational Media Service Unit according to the data obtained from items 1,2,3 and 4.Procedures: The researcher had constructed 150 copies of questionnaires and distributed them to every faculty member in the Faculty of Education. The researcher has received 125 copies of thesequestionnaires back, 122 of which were filled out completely. The amount of the returned copies were 81.33%. Results: 1. The audio-visual equipment available at the central Educational Media section of the faculty are in good condition though in limited number. As for those available at each department, the research result pointed out that the Department of Educational Technology has the most instructional media and the Department of Elementary Education has the second largest number. Each department carries its own modern equipment and special maintenance staff. The Department of Nursing has the third largest number and is facing the problem of media maintenance and utilization. 2. Most of the faculty members have some knowledge and experiences in using the instructional media and they have tried to use these equipment for fulfilling their the instructional purposes by themselves. They also indicated that the instructional media especially those to be used with projectors (filmstrips, slides, acetates, films, etc.) are more essential in the teaching process than those to be used without (illustrations, pictures, photographs, etc.). 3.Most of the faculty members experienced problems in using and producing the instructional media as follows: 3.1 Limited instructional media 3.2 Unsuitable classroom conditions for using the instructional media. 4. Most of the faculty members (98.36%) have agreed upon that the Educational Media Service Unit should be established in order to help solve the above mentioned problem and to provide adequate service for both the faculty members and the students.
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