ERIC Number: ED044098
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Case Studies in Multi-Media Instruction.
A rationale for the design and maintenance of a multi-media instructional system is presented in this topical paper. Implications, such as developing instructional packages and behavioral objectives, that are important in designing a multi-media instructional program are also discussed. Once the idea of designing such a program has been accepted, planning in terms of what media and equipment to use, what facilities and personnel are available, and how to finance and maintain the program are important considerations. Another factor in constructing a multi-media program is the writing of the lessons. The fourth section of this paper includes case studies of existing multi-media programs in shorthand and typing, mathematics, biology, and English. The author makes brief analyses of these programs in comparison to their traditional counterparts. The final chapter in this paper brings out certain questions concerning the development of multi-media programs that need to be answered before undertaking such a project. (RC)
Descriptors: Audiovisual Instruction, Case Studies, Curriculum Development, Multimedia Instruction, Program Design, Program Development, Two Year Colleges
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