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A Realistic View of Hypermedia in the Social Studies Classroom
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Social Studies Review Volume 30, Number 3, ISSN 1056-6325

Abstract

Urges use of hypermedia or integration of text, graphics, animation, video, and sound in teaching social studies. Compares the cost of hypermedia programs with traditional teaching methods. Describes various programs on the market, their costs, advantages, and areas covered. Emphasizes benefits to students in research, participation, and discussion. (DK)

Citation

Fernlund, P.M. & Cooper-Shoup, S. (1991). A Realistic View of Hypermedia in the Social Studies Classroom. Social Studies Review, 30(3), 66-70. Retrieved April 15, 2021 from .

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