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Hypermedia (Multimedia)

Teaching Exceptional Children Volume 22, Number 4,


Hypermedia allows students to follow associative links among elements of nonsequential information, by combining information from multiple sources into one microcomputer-controlled system. Hypermedia products help teachers create lessons integrating text, motion film, color graphics, speech, and music, by linking such electronic devices as television monitors, laser disc equipment, and videocassette recorders. (JDD)


Byrom, E. (1990). Hypermedia (Multimedia). Teaching Exceptional Children, 22(4), 47-48. Retrieved January 28, 2020 from .

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