Instructional methods developed for interactive television allows instruction in basic horse management at off campus locations. Evaluation of the TV-microwave system for delivery of the horse management course reveals many advantages and disadvantages. Unique approaches to laboratory assignments were developed to replace supervised "hands on" experience. Student evaluations and the similarity in the final grades between on-campus and off-campus students suggested that the use of interactive television was an effective teaching method for horse management.



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