This study had three primary objectives set to overcome the challenges of using multimedia technology efficiently for educational purposes and promote the utilization of this technology in learning environments. The first objective was to design, develop, and implement an advanced Web-based learning system, called the Multimedia Management and Presentation System (MMPS), with a set of features capable of facilitating multimedia-supported instruction. The second objective was to evaluate learners’ experiences with the MMPS tool and their perceptions on the effectiveness of the tool in supporting their learning activities, and the final objective was to assess the effectiveness of the MMPS tool in facilitating and promoting the use of multimedia in learning communities. Participants’ positive perceptions on the effectiveness of the tool in supporting various learning activities can be given as some of the outcomes of the evaluation process, which took place in a graduate-level learning environment.
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