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Image from page 45 of “Bell telephone magazine” (1922)
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Title: Bell telephone magazine
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: American Telephone and Telegraph Company American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Information Dept
Publisher: [New York, American Telephone and Telegraph Co., etc.]
Contributing Library: Prelinger Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Internet Archive
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(1) Dr. Henry Pollack, chaiMathematics Division, Bell Laboratories, usesBell Laboratories-developed telewriting deviceduring Tele-Lecture on ContemporaryMathematics to augment words with visi-ble equations on remote blackboardsfor 500 students in ten colleges (2).(Left) High school students in Altoona,Pa., (3) concentrating in mathematics,science and social sciences, learn touse the computer as an academic tool.Over 1,000 students have access to re-motely located computer (4) viateletypewriter links from classrooms. 37 CommunicationsFor Education
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A three-channel closedcircuit television systemserves 162 public schoolswith 105,000 pupils through-out the State of Delaware.Programs originating at afully-equipped studio in Dover(5) are relayed over special BellSystem lines to one centralschool in each district forre-transmission to localschools. (6) Schedules includeseries ranging from fourprograms of 15 minutes eachto 30 half-hour programs,covering art, science, lan-guages, social studies, healthand physical education. 38 At the Carnegie Instituteof Technology students use tele-typewriters in the classroom (7)while learning advanced, sophis-ticated techniques of time-sharingfor programing and retrieval ofcomputer-stored information.They also work at the computeritself (8). Communicationsterminal equipment is suppliedby the telephone company.
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