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Home > Educational Technology

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* Educational Media Reviews Online
Educational Media Reviews Online is a database of video, DVD, and CD-ROM reviews on materials from major educational and documentary distributors. The reviews are written primarily by librarians and teaching faculty in institutions across the United States and Canada.

* A Guide to Multimedia in Education
Created by Chuck Wahle, Technology Coordinator and Teacher in the Ellensburg, WA school district. Includes three sections: The Grand Tour: A Quick Guide to Multimedia; Issues in Education: Production vs. Consumption; and What's Happening?: Links to Multimedia Sites.

* A Review of the Fundamental Effects of Multimedia Information Presentation on Learning
Lawrence J. Najjar
School of Psychology, Georgia Institute of Technology
This paper examines the question, "Does multimedia information presentation help people learn?"

* Project-Based Learning with Multimedia
The Challenge 2000 Multimedia Project is an innovative program that harnesses the power of multimedia to engage students in challenging learning activities. Students complete projects that draw on real-world information and research methods and design them as sophisticated multimedia presentations.

* Basic Multimedia Presentation
Includes background information on multimedia presentations, suggestions for preparation and development, design guidelines, and advice for putting it all together.

* MultiMedia Schools Magazine -- A Practical Journal of Multimedia, CD-ROM, Online and Internet in K-12
Excerpt - "MultiMedia Schools is a practical how-to magazine that addresses multiple technologies used in K-12 schools today—CD-ROM, multimedia, online, and Internet resources. Articles, columns, news, and product reviews are contributed by practicing educators who use new technologies in the classroom and media center." Note - The online version of this journal includes only selected full-text content from the paper publication.
Ferdi Serim, Editor
ISSN: 1075-0479  (Print Version)
Publisher: Information Today, Inc.
143 Old Marlton Pike
Medford, NJ 08055-8750
Tel: 609/654-6266
E-mail: custserv@infotoday.com

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