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Journal of Interactive Instruction Development

1995 Volume 7, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 3

  1. Digital Video for Multimedia, What Are the Alternatives?

    David Sykes & Paul C. Swinscoe

    Compares methods of providing digital video in computer-based training. A tabulation of performance, quality, and cost is provided, and techniques of compression and decompression are described... More

    pp. 9-19

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  2. Making an Interactive Calculus Textbook

    Timothy R. Larson

    Presents a case study of the design and production of "Interactive Calculus," an interactive multimedia textbook. Discusses reasons for using multimedia textbooks; what an interactive textbook is; ... More

    pp. 20-24

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  3. A Methodology for Selection of Training to Apply Computer-Based Instruction

    David W. Raes

    Discusses a project for developing individual and leader training for Forward Support Battalions of the Army National Guard. The scope covered 52 separate military occupational specialties and 6... More

    pp. 31-37

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