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Designed to assist community college administrators and faculty in enhancing vocational education programs and services, this resource package on multi-media instruction contains information on successful program strategies and ideas currently in use in vocational education programs in the California Community Colleges (CCC). Following a brief background narrative identifying the various types of multi-media instruction, this report presents individual case studies outlining the following multimedia efforts at CCC institutions: (1) the Multi-media Development Center at the College of San Mateo; (2) the Faculty Computer Network and communication development efforts at Pasadena City College; (3) a big screen projection system for computer instruction at El Camino College; (4) in-house software development at San Jose City College; (5) Instructional Media Services coordinating department at Los Angeles Trade-Technical College; (6) the Center for Computer Assisted Instruction and Vocational Education at Los Angeles Valley College; and (7) the High Tech Center for the Disabled, a cooperative project currently in place at nearly 90 CCC's which provides training in software applications for individuals with acquired brain injury or learning disabilities. The report includes a list of six key elements for effective multi-media instruction in vocational education, a brief list of resources with ordering information, and a list of contact people at the case study institutions. (PAA)

Descriptors: Audiovisual Instruction, Case Studies, Community Colleges, Computer Uses in Education, Educational Resources, Educational Technology, Instructional Innovation, Multimedia Instruction, Program Descriptions, Special Needs Students, Two Year Colleges, Vocational Education

Author: Evaluation and Training Inst., Los Angeles, CA.


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