For Training & Education

Fritz, Mark
May 1999
EMedia Professional;May99, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p42
Academic Journal
Discusses the progress of digital video disc (DVD) format in training and education markets in the United States. Primary barriers that limit DVD-Video appeal for training and educational applications; Price range for instructional DVD; Comparison between DVD-Video and DVD-ROMS. INSETS: Is Off-The-Shelf DVD Off the Mark?;Will We Ever See DVD in the Classroom?.


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