Dynamic Visual Displays in Media-Based Instruction
Educational Technology Volume 34, Number 4, ISSN 0013-1962
Defines instructional roles of dynamic visual displays (DVDs), including animation and interactive video, and provides guidelines for using them in media-based instruction. Topics addressed include theoretical bases; examples of strategic applications of DVDs; six instructional conditions for using DVDs; and considerations for the design and presentation of DVDs. (Contains 38 references.) (LRW)
Park, O.c. (1994). Dynamic Visual Displays in Media-Based Instruction. Educational Technology, 34(4), 21-25.
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