Lecturing on the Big Screen: Closed-Circuit Television at the Loyola School of Dentistry

Notes

[1] Bianca Bárcenas, “School of Dentistry,” June 2017, Chicago College of Dental Surgery Records, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections. 

[2] “One Hundred Years of Knowledge in the Service of Man,” Centennial Symposia, 1969-1970, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections, 48.

[3] Alumni Association History Committee, “Loyola University School of Dentistry—Chicago College of Dental Surgery; Its first seventy-five years,” 1972, Dental School, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections, 10.

[4] Ibid., 14-15, 19.

[5] Ibid., 21.

 [6] Loyola University School of Dentistry-Chicago College of Dental Surgery Alumni Association, The Bur, March 1954, vol. 55, no. 1, Student Publications, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections, 13.

[7] Ibid., 16.

[8] Ibid.

[9] “Teaching Dentistry with Closed-Circuit TV,” circa 1954,University Photograph Collection, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections.

[10] The Bur, March 1954, 16.

[11] “Teaching Dentistry with TV,” University Photograph Collection, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections.

[12] Loyola University School of Dentistry-Chicago College of Dental Surgery Alumni Association, The Bur, December 1954, vol. 55, no. 3, Student Publications, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections, 20.

[13] “Teaching Dentistry with Closed-Circuit TV.”

[14] “Dentistry, School of Clinic and Labs, Maywood,” University Photograph Collection, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections.

[15] “Modern Equipment and Techniques Assist Loyola’s Dental Teaching,” Dental School, Loyola University Archives and Special Collections.

[16] “One Hundred Years of Knowledge in the Service of Man,” 48.

[17] Bianca Bárcenas, “School of Dentistry.”

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