"Themes of Tennessee Williams," (unpub. diss.) Yale University, 1960.
"The Sister Figure in the Works of Tennessee Williams," The Carolina Quaterly, Vol. XI, No. 3 (Suumer, 1960), pp. 47-60.
"Projecto Multinacional de Tecnologia Educativa," Revista de Tecnolgia Educativa, Vol I, No.2, (1974), pp. 59-73.
"La Tecnologia y las Posibilidades de Transferirla," Revista de Tecnologia Educativa, Vol I, No.4 (1975), pp. 65-75. (Note: This article has been widely reprinted in various journals and as a monograph in Portuguese, French, and English throughout the world. It is required reading in several Latin American universities.)
"James Bond: America's New Hero," Motive, Vol XXVI, No. 4 (January, 1966), pp. 26-27.
"El Rol de una Organizacion Internacional en la Transferencia de Tecnologia en Educacion: Un Estudio de Caso," Revista de Tecno1ogi~a Educativa, Vol 4, No. 1,
(1978), pp. 17-31. (Presented at the Interamerican Conference on the Transfer of Technology in Education, Vina del Mar, Chile, May 22-26, 1978)
"Future Shock at Convention!," PERSPECTIVE, Vol IX, No. 2, (January, 1981), pp. 1-4.
"Controlando el Futuro: La Transferencia del Poder (Una Revision Personal de Diez Anos en la OEA," La Revista de Tecnologia Educativa, Vol VII, No. 2 (January, 1982), pp. 171-193, Santiago, Chile.
"Creationist Sophistry: Making the Worse Appear the Better Reason," Education Week, January 27, 1982. (Commentary.)
"Tecnologia Educacional: Reflexaes sobre o tema," (Portuguese translation by Paulo Cesar Pesavento), Tecnologia Educacional, Ano XI, No. 48, (Sept/Oct, 1982), Associação Brasileira de Tecnologia Educacional, pp. 27-31, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
"Windows," PERSPECTIVE, Vol X, No.2, (September, 1982), pp.1-2.
"Just Ourselves and Immortality," Instructional Innovator, Vol XXVII, No.8 (November, 1982), pp.24-27.
"What We Didn't Learn About Others (But Maybe Learned About Ourselves) at the World Teleconference,: Insructional Innovator, Vol XXVIII, No. 5, May, 1983, pp.16-19.
"The Multinational Project in Educational Technology," Educational & Training Technology International, Vol XXVI, No.2 (May, 1989), pp. 129-135.The article was written for an issue of ETTI dedicated to "Learning from Failures."
The University Hour (over 20 programs)
The Silent Siren
Thirteen Programs on Resource Use for N.C. Departments of Agriculture, Wildlife, Industry, Labor, Welfare, Health, Conservation & Development, Education.
Anyone You Know
A thirteen week series showing progressive stages of alcoholism and the different individuals and agencies coping with the problem.
The series as a whole developed a total picture of alcoholism, but it was constructed so that each program was a self contained dramatic documentary.
Before the series was written, a year of research was spent on alcoholism - at hospitals, with Alcoholics Annonymous, Social Agencies, Treatment Centers, Clinics and with Research Institutions.
Nursery School Education (Four Programs)
Out of Court
A series of thirteen programs detailing common Legal Problems in dramatic documentary form. (Director)
American Adventure (Twenty-six programs, Director)
Listen America (Director) Programs written especially for the series by:
Domino A dramatic-documentary on alcoholism.
Diagnostic Signs A training film on disturbances in speech and gesture that can indicate emotional problems to the physician.
Patient-Doctor Relationships A training film for medical students.
Honor Council An orientation film for entering freshmen on the Honor System at the university of North Carolina
Not By the Book A drama based upon incidents in the life of James Johnson Pettigrew.
Encounter A weekly hour-long program on different aspects of University life.
Shakespeare, A Portrait (Director) A 90 minute special with Franchot Tone, Eric Salmon, Janet Crowder, and William Hardy.
The Bennet Place (Director) A thirty minute documentary on the final events of the Civil War.
The Road to Carolina
"Inhibitors to the Application of Technology" International Division of AECT, National Convention, Kansas City, Missouri, 1978. (Later published in several journals, translated into both French and Spanish for publication in foreign journals.)
"Letter to Senator Mathias," Congressional Record, Wednesday, March 13, 1974 (CXX, 33), p. S3618.
"Science and Technology," Symposium of the National Association of Colleges, Washington D.C., 1979.
"Science and Society," An address delivered at the April 17th, 1980, convocation of the Northwest Missouri State University as a part of its celebration of the 75th anniversary of the founding of the university.
"What Do They Learn?," an address delivered at the September 21st meeting of the Regional School Contract Planning Meeting, Richmond, Virginia, 1981.
"Tecnología Educatíva en el Futuro," Congresso Sobre Tecnología Educatíva en el decada del 80, PMTE, Caracas, Venezuela, June 15-22, 1982.
"Educational Technology," A paper presented to the ICET World Assembly, The International Council on Education for Teaching, Washington, D.C. July 11-15,1983.
"El Rol de las Computadoras en la Educaci6n para la decada del 80," Congreso Sobre Medios No Convencionales de Ensenanza 1982, Universidad de Belgrano, Facultad de Tecnología, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October 12-15, 1982.
"Men as Gods," Commencement Address, Thomas Jefferson High School, Alexandria, Virginia, June 2, 1983.
"Let's Pretend Among the Tilted Psyches," The Chapel Hill Weekly, June 30, 1963. ("A Lost Day is Hard to Find," Buck Williams.)
"'Marriage Wheel': Pleasant, But....," The Chapel Hill Weekly, July 10, 1963. ("Marriage Wheel," Joel Climenhaga.)
"The Non Sequiturs Are Dramatic," The Chapel Hill Weekly, July 24, 1963. ("A Slight Ache," Harold Pinter; "No Exit," Jean-Paul Sartre.)
"They Put Fun in Spring," The Chapel Hill Weekly July 31, 1963. ("Spring for Sure," Book by Catherine McDonald; Music by William Mason.)
"Ralph Dennis Plays Find a Home in Winston-Salem," The Chapel Hill Weekly, August, 1963. ("The Song of Marcel and Robert" and "Cue for Creon," Ralph Dennis.)
"'Experimentals' for Self-Revelation," The Chapel Hill Weekly, August 25, 1963. (Three new plays by Sally Cook, John Phelps, and Elizabeth Smith.)
"'Mary Sunshine' a Little Nugget," The Chapel Hill Weekly, October 27, 1963. ("Little Mary Sunshine," Besoyan.)
"'Long Day's Journey' Is Top Entertainment, Chapel Hill Weekly, November 24, 1963. ("Long Day's Journey Into Night," Eugene O'Neill.)
"The "'Busy Martyr' -- Weak Tea," The Chapel Hill Weekly, February 16, 1964. ("The Busy Martyr," George Hitchcock.)
"The Theater in Search of Religion," The Chapel Hill Weekly, March, 1964. ("J.B.," Archibald MacLeish; "Between Two Theives," Warner Leroy.)
"'The Braggart Soldier': Old Plautus Has Gotten Pretty Ripe, Friends," The Chapel Hill Weekly, May 13, 1964. ("The Braggart Soldier," Plautus.)
"'Showboat' Sails Smartly," The Chapel Hill Weekly, July 5, 1964. ("Showboat," Music by Jerane Kern; Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein.)
"'Under the Yum-Yun Tree' Isn 't Unrelentingly Yummy," The Chapel Hill Weekly, July 16, 1964. ("Under the Yum-Yum Tree," Lawrence Roman.)
"Triangle's 'Streetcar' a Rewarding Experience," The Chapel Hill Weekly, July 22, 1964. ("A Streetcar Named Desire," Tennessee Williams.)
"'Auntie Mame' Has the Moves But Still Needs Practice," The Chapel Hill Weekly, July 30, 1964. ("Auntie Mame," Jerorre Lawrence and Robert E. Lee.)
"'Kiss Me Kate' is Pure Stage Magic," The Chapel Hill Weekly, August, 1964. ("Kiss Me Kate," Music and Lyrics by Cole Porter; Book by Sam and Bella Spewack.)
"'My Fair Lady' Really Flies," The Chapel Hill Weekly, October 28, 1964. ("My Fair Lady," Book and Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner; Music by Frederick Loewe.)
"Playmakers' 'Hamlet': Sorely Marred" The Chapel Hill Weekly, December 13, 1964. ("Hamlet," William Shakespeare.)
"Playmakers' 'Oh, Dad... ' Is A Gratifying Success," The Chapel Hill Weekly, March, 1965. ("Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mama's Hung You in the Closet and I'm Feeling So Sad," Arthur Kopit.)
"Purefoy Players: Ham Without Shy," The Chapel Hill Weekly, March 31, 1965. ("Hay Feaver," Noel Coward.)
"The Cruise Was Ill-Fated in More Ways Than One," The Chapel Hill Weekly, April 4, 1965. ("Billy Budd," Louis 0. Coxe and Robert Chaprian.)
"Another Playmaker Pearl," The Chapel Hill Weekly, May 16, 1965. ("A Streetcar Named Desire," Tennessee Williams.)
"'Physicists' Failed to Score," The Chapel Hill Weekly, July 7, 1965. ("The Physicists," Friedrich Durrematt.)