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1 Five Categories of Media
Web-Based Technologies Computer-Managed Learning Systems (non-Internet-Based) Teleconferencing Technologies

2 Five Categories of Media (continued)
Cable and Broadcast Television Videotaped-Based Instruction

3 Computer-Managed Learning Systems (non-Internet-Based)

4 Computer-Managed Learning Systems (non-Internet-Based)
Include non-Web-based technologies that are supported by a personal computer equipped with a non-recordable disk drive and the appropriate software. These include CD-ROM, presentation software, and digital video disk (DVD). Computer-managed learning systems may be used to support asynchronous learning environments using text, graphics, sound, animation, and video.

5 Currently, DVD drives can read both DVD and CD-ROM
Currently, DVD drives can read both DVD and CD-ROM . However, the CD-ROM drive cannot read DVD. Digital video disks have the capacity to store larger amounts of data than the CD-ROM disk. These systems provide learner-machine interaction only. There are other applications suitable for this category that are not included in the discussion.

6 Computer-Managed Learning Systems
CD-ROM (Compact disk read-only memory) Presentation software (example: Microsoft PowerPoint™) Digital Video Disk (DVD)

7 Factors to Consider Advantages Accommodates varied learning styles
Eliminates geographical limitations Provides new delivery system capabilities Reduces material costs Provides flexibility in depth and breadth of information

8 Advantages (Continued)
Requires educators to evaluate their instructional planning Promotes independent learning (asynchronous) Provides 24 hours a day access to materials

9 Disadvantages Requires participants to have self-discipline, motivation, and ability to manage time effectively Requires educators to have adequate writing skills and the ability to adjust to the absence of face-to-face interaction by developing a supportive learning environment

10 Instructional Strategies for Incorporating Computer-Managed Learning Systems

11 Instructional Strategies
Below is a partial listing of instructional strategies and the corresponding computer-managed learning system(s). Self-directed learning (CD-ROM, DVD) Self-paced tutorials (CD-ROM, DVD) Self-study courses ( DVD)

12 Instructional Strategies (Continued)
Discussion (presentation software) Skits (CD-ROM, DVD, presentation software) Participant feedback (CD-ROM) Simulation (DVD) Short presentations (presentation software)

13 Instructional Strategies (Continued)
Case studies (presentation software, CD-ROM) Practical examples (CD-ROM, DVD) Instructional games (CD-ROM, DVD) Self-instructional modules (CD-ROM, DVD) Lesson exercises (CD-ROM, presentation software)

14 Instructional Strategies (Continued)
Problem scenarios (CD-ROM) Study quizzes (CD-ROM, presentation software) Audio/visual materials (DVD, presentation software) Hands-on exercises (CD-ROM) Course exercises (CD-ROM)

15 Instructional Strategies (Continued)
Graphics, audio, video (DVD) Animation (DVD) Simulation (DVD) Illustrations (DVD) Demonstrations (CD-ROM)

16 Technical Requirements
Access to a computer with a CD-ROM drive or a CD-DVD drive Access to a computer with presentation software

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