The Generic Disc: Realizing the Potential of Adaptive, Interactive Videodiscs
Educational Technology Volume 24, Number 1, ISSN 0013-1962
Discusses conflict between instructional potential of interactive videodiscs and interests of educational publishers and proposes a generic videodisc as a solution. Generic disc design preferences, equipment needed by teachers to program various learning options to adapt materials to local needs, and a list of videodisc authoring systems are included. (MBR)
Jonassen, D.H. (1984). The Generic Disc: Realizing the Potential of Adaptive, Interactive Videodiscs. Educational Technology, 24(1), 21-24.
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