The relationship between individual learners and the use of multimedia technology by college students and its implication for administrative planning and implementation of multimedia
Cornell Conrad Frank, New York University, United States
New York University . Awarded
This qualitative study sought to increase understanding of the issues and dimensions of twenty-two students' interaction with Computer Based Interactive Multimedia (CBIM) in an college introductory business course along the following dimensions: attitude, participation, physical context, social context, and learning style.
A range of attitudes toward participation in CBIM exists in the data. There was no particular dissatisfaction with the physical context and students were positive about the social context in which they used CBIM. It was noted that “doing” type learners did not necessarily like CBIM. Students need prior training in CBIM technology before they can explore the content of the CBIM material for learning curriculum content.
Frank, C.C. The relationship between individual learners and the use of multimedia technology by college students and its implication for administrative planning and implementation of multimedia. Ph.D. thesis, New York University.
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