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Page 4 - Mr. Edison says That the radio will supplant the teacher. Already one may learn languages by means of Victrola records. The moving picture will visualize What the radio fails to get across. Teachers will be relegated to the Backwoods With firehorses And long-haired women. Or perhaps shown in museums. Education will become a matter of pressing the button. Perhaps I can get a position at the switchboard.
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Electronic Literacies: Language, Culture, and Power in Online Education
No preview available - 1999