Screen design strategies for computer-assisted instruction

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Digital Press, 1984 - Education - 159 pages
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Introduces Concepts Used to Design Video Displays for Computer-Assisted Instruction. Teaches Skills Needed for the Creation of Effective Instructional Materials for the Computer-Video Medium

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Contents

Role Models for Screen Design
13
Clearing Functional Areas
31
Designing Symbols
45
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