Multimedia for learning: methods and development

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Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated, 2001 - Education - 580 pages
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This book shows how to use computers in educational settings by combining learning theory and instructional strategies to help the reader design software for learning and instruction. The book has been extensively revised to include new approaches to multimedia instruction as well as updating established methods such as tutorials, drills, simulations, games, and computer-based tests. Constructivist and instructivist approaches are analyzed and presented. The book is not equipment or software specific. For people interested in Educational Multimedia.

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Learning Principles and Approaches
Constructivist Psychology Principles

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