BLOOMINGTON, Ind.--April 12, 2007--This year, the nonprofit Agency for Instructional Technology, AIT, celebrates 45 years of service to education. What began as a film library in 1962 is a vastly different organization in 2007. But as many things have changed, so have many things remained the same.

Back in "the day" of the 1950s, when film and television were merging to provide instruction, film canisters and movie projectors were the standard delivery mechanisms--and teachers, audio-visual professionals, and television producers were the gatekeepers. This is when AIT had its beginning as part of a film library...

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