DVD-Video: an unlimited training and educational format

Waldrep, Mark
October 1998
EMedia Professional;Oct98, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p46
Academic Journal
Focuses on the potentials of digital videodisc (DVD)-Video in training education programming. Experiences with DVD-Video-based instruction; Challenges in using DVD technology; Educational value of DVD-Video features.


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