"COMMITMENTS" - The Docudrama as Educational Video

Eugene Baten


The fact 1 ties and resources of corporate education departments are often viewed with envy by educators involved in other, more traditional education systems. Some contend that t is the availability of unlimited resources that allows corporate educators to explore alternative educational delivery models, like the docudrama, which is the subject of this manuscript. Realistically, the resources available to corporate education departments are not unlimited nor are resources the sole reason that corporate education Is recognized by many as an emerging legitimate partner of traditional education in the pursuit of learning. The value of the docudrama to the ABSEL conferees, then, is not that of an videotape to duplicate, but rather a concept to stimulate their imaginations and test their capacity to transfer the approach used In its formulation to their own individual situations.

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