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Multimedia Projects in the Classroom
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Multimedia Projects in the Classroom
A Guide to Development and Evaluation



February 2002 | 72 pages | Corwin
`This book provides an informative and easy-to-use guide to teachers on how to successfully integrate technology into their current curriculum even if the teachers' background in technology is limited' - Bridget Weishaar, Technology Instructor The Latin School of Chicago, Chicago, IL

This book will help teachers understand the multimedia development process so that they can incorporate student-produced multimedia projects into their curriculum.

The book is divided into five chapters. Chapters one-four address issues of integrating multimedia production into the classroom, chapter five explains how professional multimedia producers work, including common jargon and procedures used in the industry.


 
Preface
Acknowledgments

 
 
About the Authors
 
1. What is Multimedia?
 
2. Integrating Curriculum Content Into Multimedia Production
 
3. Multimedia Projects in the Classroom
 
4. Evaluating Multimedia Projects
 
5. How Professional Multimedia Is Produced
 
Appendix: A History of Multimedia
 
Glossary
 
Index

"This book provides an informative and easy-to-use guide to teachers on how to successfully integrate technology into their current curriculum even if the teachers’ background in technology is limited."

Bridget Weishaar, Technology Instructor
The Latin School of Chicago; Chicago, IL

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