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Distributed Multimedia Learning Environments: Why and How?


Interactive Learning Environments Volume 2, Number 2, ISSN 1049-4820


Examines the prospects for learning and education through the use of interactive multimedia technologies (IMT) connected through telecommunications to create distributed multimedia learning environments. Highlights include a theoretical orientation on learning and teaching processes; teachers' roles; implications of learning theory for IMT design; distance learning experiments; and electronic mail and conferencing. (Contains 218 references.) (LRW)


Pea, R.D. & Gomez, L.M. (1992). Distributed Multimedia Learning Environments: Why and How?. Interactive Learning Environments, 2(2), 73-109. Retrieved October 20, 2020 from .

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