Framework for development of educational multimedia
Brien, Hugh P.
Haga, William J.
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Multimedia based software released up to now has been of poor quality. However, multimedia technology has shown a capacity to prove education and training. A framework for the construction of educational multimedia provides a path for speeding development and creating a better quality product. There is little research being done on educational multimedia from an analysis and design perspective. A framework needs to be software independent to be useful. This thesis provides a framework to develop educational multimedia applications. Using a systematic development approach this framework provides an implementation independent methodology for developing educational multimedia applications. Using various approaches to software development and educational design theory, this framework gives an educational multimedia developer the tools and method to produce a quality project, on time, and under budget.
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