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Imagining with multimedia

The computer was first seen as a calculating engine, and only more recently as a way to view and manipulate the dynamic media. Now as a tool for imagining the computer allows us to explore and think "What if?" about imagined objects and situations. In this paper an analysis is made of the image types that best support engaged multimedia interactivity and which can contribute to the perception of multimedia as a resource for imaginative teaching and learning.

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British Journal of Educational Technology, 1995

ID: kmi-95-10

Date: 1995

Author(s): Peter Whalley

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