International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 3, Issue 1, Part C (2017)
A critical study on multimedia technology; Concept of implementation, issues and future concerns
Dr. Indu Bala Tehlan
Inclusion of Technology in education is now being widely accepted as a major viable component of classroom teaching. This is fuelled by the emergence of worldwide information and computer communications technologies. However, IT based Education is being adopted only in science and engineering subjects widely. Technology has the capacity for increasing student independence, increasing participation in classroom activities and simultaneously advancing academic standing for students with special needs, providing them the ability to have equal access to their school environment. Teachers primarily require access to learning resources, which can support concept development by learners in a variety of ways and to meet individual learning needs. Multimedia learning resources which support constructive concept development, provides the oppurtunity to the teacher to focus more on being a facilitator. The teachers adequately equipped with latest techniques in the field of multimedia are able to create appropriate environment for teaching learning. Studies carried out on Multimedia learning until ignored important factors that could influence the appropriate selection of media and have thus failed to yield conclusive multimedia design guidelines. Through this paper an attempt has been made to summarize some key issues, characteristics of Multimedia Programme and how a broader range of parameters could play a positive role in developing effective multimedia environments.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Indu Bala Tehlan. A critical study on multimedia technology; Concept of implementation, issues and future concerns. International Journal of Applied Research. 2017; 3(1): 212-214.