ERIC Number: ED158719
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Oct-30
Reference Count: 0
Interactive Video Disc Systems for Education.
Bennion, Junius L.; Schneider, Edward W.
The basic design of the videodisc technology, especially the three features of the freeze frame, electronic address, and fast random access, makes possible the creation of a new audiovisual delivery system that has revolutionary applications for education in individualized interactive instruction. In addition to the linear playback mode for home movie and television rerun entertainment, the optical videodisc is capable of providing branching because of random access and electronic addressing capabilities. The system is also able to accommodate many psychological procedures for enhancing learning, such as the capability of inserting questions in still frames or aural modes at any point. Special features offered by the video disc system which make it more flexible than TICCIT are motion control, greater audio capabilities, and the lack of need for an external computer. (Author/CMV)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT. Div. of Instructional Research, Development, and Evaluation.
Identifiers: TICCIT Computer System
Note: Paper presented at the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers Conference (Los Angeles, California, October 3, 1975); For related documents, see IR 006 175-176