Promises and Pitfalls of the Interactive Television Approach to Teaching Adult Development and Aging
Educational Gerontology Volume 25, Number 8, ISSN 0360-1277
Adult development and aging content via compressed video was presented in an opening class lecture, inservice training session, and standalone unit on elder abuse. Participants suggested that instructors needed to become more comfortable with the medium and participants needed guidance on taking advantage of multimedia presentations. (SK)
Teaster, P.B. & Blieszner, R. (1999). Promises and Pitfalls of the Interactive Television Approach to Teaching Adult Development and Aging. Educational Gerontology, 25(8), 741.
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