Titel: Perspectives on Interactive Media.
Verlag: Horwood, London
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Dust Jacket Included
553p hardback with green/silver dustjacket, from a Cambridge college library, binding firm, very good condition, this title was published in the series Ellis Horwood Series in Computers and Their Applications. Buchnummer des Verkäufers PAB 114238
Inhaltsangabe: This volume presents an overall perspective and a conceptual understanding of the contribution of interactive media to the educational world. The authors' collective experiences provide a range of different responses to the new media, from the practical to the philosophical. The majority of studies collected here concern computer-controlled video-discs, normally referred to as interactive video, although the discussion is relevant to all forms of interactive media, focusing as it does on the fundamental aspects of interaction, presentation, control and logistics. It demonstrates the advent of interactive media as a new instructional technology, offering a radically new way of designing educational material as well as a number of novel approaches to its development.
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