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Applying multimedia instruction in e‐learning

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The trend towards the use of the Internet in academia is clear with a number of courses using the Web for the delivery of course material. Flexible access to information and resources are key attributes of online educational technologies, and learner choice is at the heart of the concept of flexible access. This incorporates the facility to access subject matter content and support at a time, place and pace that is suitable and convenient for the individual learner. In this paper we describe the designing of multimedia instruction in a Slovenian context. Some practical advice for structuring and designing are given. The advantages of such instruction are described and students' opinions about studying with the help of multimedia instruction are presented.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: University of Maribor, Kranj, Slovenia

Publication date: 01 February 2006

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