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Author Boyle, Tom.

Title Design for multimedia learning / Tim [i.e. Tom] Boyle.

Published London ; New York : Prentice Hall, 1997.


Physical description xiii, 240 p., [4] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (p. 221-230) and index.
Contents 1. Introduction -- 2. The multimedia learning revolution: from teaching machines to learning environments -- 3. Resources and tools for learning -- 4. Simulation and vicarious experience -- 5. Structured learning -- 6. Strategic approaches to educational multimedia design -- 7. Context and multimedia design -- 8. Design action potential -- 9. A holistic perspective on presentation design -- 10. The multimedia toolset -- 11. Text and graphics -- 12. Animation, sound and video -- 13. Project Development -- 14. Evaluation -- 15. Delivery.
Summary The multimedia revolution has created exciting opportunities for education and training. It has also posed a central challenge - how to enhance the process of learning to meet the demands of the new information society. Good design to meet this challenge requires a deep understanding of learning and a mastery of the new multimedia technologies. Design for Multimedia Learning provides a lucid and comprehensive introduction to the dynamic emerging field of educational multimedia design.
Subject Interactive multimedia.
Computer-assisted instruction.
Media programs (Education)
Instructional systems -- Design.
ISBN 0132422158 (cased)