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Using Interactive Digital Video In An Introductory Course For Non Science Majors

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1997 Annual Conference


Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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June 15, 1997

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June 15, 1997

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June 18, 1997



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2.472.1 - 2.472.7



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Teresa L. Hein

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Dean A. Zollman

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Session 3280

Using Interactive Digital Video in an Introductory Course for Non-Science Majors

Teresa L. Hein, Dean A. Zollman American University/Kansas State University Washington, DC/Manhattan, KS

The use of digital video has wide-spread applications for classroom and laboratory use. This paper describes two interactive digital video laboratories in kinematics designed for use by students in the introductory course for non-science majors at American University in Washington, DC. In addition, a brief synopsis of a study comparing traditional versus digital video laboratory instruction is presented.

Hein, T. L., & Zollman, D. A. (1997, June), Using Interactive Digital Video In An Introductory Course For Non Science Majors Paper presented at 1997 Annual Conference, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. 10.18260/1-2--6875

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