A framework for the development of multimedia systems for use in engineering education
Computers & Education Volume 39, Number 2, ISSN 0360-1315 Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Multimedia presents a number of challenges and opportunities which must be addressed if it is to be used effectively in an educational context. Engineering education can greatly benefit, if these challenges and opportunities are met. This paper describes a framework for the development of multimedia applications. It then uses this framework to identify how emerging international multimedia standards can be combined with educational objectives to provide guidance for the developers of effective multimedia for engineering education.
Carter, J. (2002). A framework for the development of multimedia systems for use in engineering education. Computers & Education, 39(2), 111-128. Elsevier Ltd.
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