Multimedia in the classroom
This paper focuses on setting up a system for developing and displaying multimedia classroom presentations that is both economical and easy to learn. Four separate aspects of the process are considered: (1) a hardware configuration to serve both the development and display processes, (2) selecting authoring software and learning to use it, (3) presentation development including locating and acquiring multimedia resources appropriate to psychology, and (4) some of the problems that can be expected to arise in both development and use of multimedia presentations, Some discussion of interactive courseware is included.
Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers 1996, Vol. 28, No. 2, 291-294.