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Interactivity and Intelligent Advisory Strategies in a Multimedia Learning Environment: Human Factors, Design Issues and Technical Considerations

  • Max Giardina
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 93)

Abstract

Multimedia environments offer us a new perception of the state of changes in and the integration of technological environments which can increase our ability to process information in the field of education. Moreover, they are compelling us to change our idea of knowledge. This change is reflected in the obvious convergence of different types of access, communication and information exchanges. A number of related fields such as publishing, television, the mass media in general and the nascent data processing sector are overlapping more and more, altering each others’ characteristics, and spawning hybrid environments which make it possible to obtain information in new ways.

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Educational Technology Interactive Environment Technological Environment Learning Situation Interactive Learning 
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  • Max Giardina
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  1. 1.Université de Montréal Études et administrationCanada

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