Traditional instructional media in British higher education: the analysis of effects of application
The article considers the effects of the application of traditional (pre-multimedia) instructional media in UK higher education institutions. The effects of the following media are considered: audio-visual; traditional computer; interactive video; early multimedia. A conclusion is drawn about the necessity to carefully integrate instructional media into the educational context.
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