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Using Multimedia in College English: State-of-the-Art

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Much of the rising excitement about using new multimedia in education stems from its feature of interactivity. This feature allows the presenter to easily control the order of presentation within a multimedia production. In the coming years, college instructors of courses in composition, technical writing, and creative writing, as well as literature, will make increasing use of this powerful instructional technology, and, indeed, their students will insist that they do so.

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: May 1, 1995

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