An in-depth descriptive case study of the development of 5 A Day Adventures, the CD-ROM
Miller, Mary Guy
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The development of multimedia based educational materials have experienced major growth in the past three years. While many models of instructional development exist, most are narrowly focused and are rarely illustrated with actual project development. This dissertation addresses the development of 5 A Day Adventures, a multimedia CD-ROM based product. This study provides details on the design decisions as documented in the historical records with supplementation of personal knowledge of the development of the program. The study includes data regarding the identification of program objectives, instructional design strategies, formative evaluation, and implementation.
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