Using presentation software in large lecture classes

McConnell, David Alan
March 1996
Journal of Geoscience Education;Mar96, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p164
Academic Journal
Presents information on the use of presentation software, such as Astound in large lecture classes. Instructions provided by software; How method should be viewed; Lectures created using Astound; Creation methods; Students response to lectures; Reference to the Department of Geology at the University of Akron teaching three or four sections of Environmental Geology per semester; University's use of Astound software.


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