Instructional and educational works



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  • Works whose main purpose is to convey knowledge, attitudes, and/or skills.

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  • Library of Congress Genre/Form Terms

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Instructional and educational works

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Instructional and educational works

  • UF Classroom materials
  • UF Curriculum materials
  • UF Educational materials
  • UF Educational works
  • UF Instructional materials
  • UF Instructional works
  • UF Learning materials
  • UF Teaching materials
  • UF Teaching works
  • UF Training materials
  • UF Training works

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Instructional and educational works

35 Archival description results for Instructional and educational works

Department of Public Relations records

This series includes the records of the Office of Public Relations up to 1966 when Beryl Reubens was hired. There are records from when the following people were in charge of the function: Roman Slobodin (1942-44), Edith Behrens (1944), Leon Jacobson (19?-1962), Shel Sukoff (1962-?) and Jan Tyroler (1964-65).

There are many interesting aspects to this collection, including how it demonstrates the role of the Trustees in the life of the Hospital as well as how the functions of publicity and fund raising were handled. Initially combined, these two duties were separated in 1967 when the first full-time Director of Development was hired. Other strengths are the light the papers shed on the Hospital during World War II, and how the Hospital described itself through its publications and press activities. There are interesting glimpses of important Mount Sinai scientists as the Public Relations Office interviewed and researched them for their press efforts.

Mount Sinai Hospital (New York, N.Y.). Department of Public Relations

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