Using Multimedia: Teaching and Learning in the information age (Interactive Learning)

NCIDCAS | Special Issue | December-2018 | Published Online: 22 December 2018    PDF ( 283 KB )
Mrs. Usha P. Kosarkar 1; Mrs. Prachi Sasankar 2

1Asst. Prof., Dept. of Computer Science, G.H.Raisoni College of Information Technology, Nagpur (MH) (India)

2Asst. Prof., Dept of Computer Science, Sadabai Raisoni Women’s College, (Affiliated to SNDT Women’s University,Mumbai) Nagpur (MH) (India)


This paper discusses multimedia technology as a teaching tool for handicapped college students. Emphasis is on easy and intuitive handling of the various multimedia technology controls. The multimedia application is developed in higher special education. The modules of the program are described for college students. Current developments in computer hardware and software, in computer networks, in cognitive science, and in information theory indicate that there are better multimedia technology systems for the handicapped college students to study in higher special education.

multimedia technology; multimedia application; computer networks; handicapped college students; higher special education
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