Using interactive video in education
Allyn and Bacon, Feb 1, 1994 - Technology & Engineering - 324 pages
This unique and practical new book details everything you need and want to know about interactive video in the classroom. Uses and benefits in the classroom, definitions of the various levels of interactivity and formats, using videodiscs to teach specific lesson plans, evaluation of interactive video, the use of authoring tools for creating interactive video programs, creating a videodisc from scratch. Course on Interactive Video in Education, as a supplement in courses on Multimedia, Educational Technology, Authoring Tools, and Computer Applications.
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