Videodisc repurposing is the use of computer program to control the delivery of an existing videodisc in a way unlike what the original creators of the materials envisioned. This is a review of repurposing projects done by information systems seniors as class projects. In each project, the original videodisc was repurposed following the requests of geology, history, and art faculty members who planned to have their students use the final learning tool.
Ross, John M.
"Undergraduate Videodisc Repurposing Projects: Big Screen Results on a Windows Budget,"
Journal of Information Systems Education: Vol. 5
Available at: https://aisel.aisnet.org/jise/vol5/iss2/2
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