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Journal of Interactive Instruction Development

1996 Volume 9, Number 1

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Design of Adult Learning around Multimedia Delivery

    Gerald W. Burgess

    Considers the design of instructional materials to help adult learners use higher-order thinking skills, especially for future multimedia instruction. Topics include learning processes, self... More

    pp. 3-9

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  2. Human Factors Considerations in Multimedia Courseware Development

    Bonnie Becker Ramsey & Pat Murphy

    This article uses the example of a single training course to show how to incorporate human factors into the interactive multimedia courseware development process. Three types of testing to identify... More

    pp. 10-15

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  3. Developing Multimedia Courseware for the Internet's Java versus Shockwave

    Tina L. Majchrzak

    Describes and compares two methods for developing multimedia courseware for use on the Internet: an authoring tool called Shockwave, and an object-oriented language called Java. Topics include... More

    pp. 16-18

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  4. Interactive Distance Learning and Job Support Strategies for Soft Skills

    J Olin Campbell

    Discusses the development of soft skills such as management and sales or collaborative problem solving through the use of interactive distance education. Highlights include performance support,... More

    pp. 19-21

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  5. Will My Visuals Work on My Video Distance Learning System?

    Dan F. Johnson

    Discussion of the effectiveness of video images in distance education focuses on identifying and designing two-dimensional graphics that will display properly. Offers image design recommendations... More

    pp. 22-25

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