Java Games: Flashcards, matching, concentration, and word search.

Chapter 7

Introducing Multimedia Applications for Classroom Learning

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MultimediaCommunication format that integrates several media (text, audio, video, and animation)
HypermediaAllows multimedia to be experienced in a non-linear fashion
HypertextWhen the information in hypermedia consists entirely of text
CD-ROMStands for compact disc read only memory
VideodiscSometimes called laserdisc; capable of storing both video and stereo audio
QuickTimeMovies that run at fewer frames per second than traditional video, and thus appear of poor quality
Value of Talking BooksDevelop a relationship with books and build excitement about reading
Visual DatabaseCan be likened to a large collection of photographic slides
Multimedia LibraryCollection of still images, video clips, sounds, text, and simple graphics focused on a theme
Boolean searchesRefer to the logic invovled in defining when certain conditions have been met
Report MakerAllows a teacher or student to prepare or deliver presentations using the resources of a CD-ROM, videodisc, or other user-created sources
Dual-coding TheoryArgues that imagery and verbal information are stored in different ways

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