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Assessing the Effectiveness of Interactive Compressed Video at the University of Minnesota
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Educational Technology Volume 32, Number 5, ISSN 0013-1962

Abstract

This pilot project in distance education at the University of Minnesota used compressed video technology to link two campuses. Applications ranged from education and training sessions to policy planning meetings, and participants from a variety of fields were involved. Responses to a questionnaire administered to participants to assess the effectiveness and appropriateness of the medium were overwhelmingly favorable. (MES)

Citation

Kolomeychuk, T. & Peltz, D.P. (1992). Assessing the Effectiveness of Interactive Compressed Video at the University of Minnesota. Educational Technology, 32(5), 61-62. Retrieved December 10, 2019 from .

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