Multi-media is fast becoming a means by which educators can create a learning environment that is both innovative and creative. This paper discusses the impact of graphical materials and animation in a graduate level course in information resource management. A pilot project is described that illustrates an approach to using such media. The impact is studied by means of survey data collected from students attending the class. The results support the growing number of theorists who have presumed that the impact of multi-media on our educational system will be enormous.
Yaverbaum, Gayle J.
"Working Towards a Multimedia Learning Environment: Experiences in the Classroom,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 5
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/jise/vol5/iss2/1
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