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Interactive video and interactive multimedia in higher education in Singapore: A case study
conference contributionposted on 2019-05-17, 00:00 authored by JH Lewis, Peter HosiePeter Hosie
In an earlier paper Hosie (1993) reviewed the research on the use of Interactive Videodisc (IVD) in training contexts. This paper extends the scope of the review to include additional material and to consider the implications of these findings for the use of interactive multimedia in higher education. The perspectives of three main groups of stakeholders are considered - managers, teachers and students. Some of the factors relating to the needs and interests of these groups, which contribute to the successful use of interactive videodisc and multimedia in higher education, are examined. Singapore is taken as a case study because of its commitment both to technology and education and in particular, to the use of high technology in education.
EditorMcBeath C; Atkinson R
Number of Pages6
Place of PublicationCanning Bridge, WA