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Interactive Audio/Video Hardware Configurations

Grant S. Howlett
CALICO Journal
Vol. 4, No. 1 (SEPTEMBER 1986), pp. 39-50
Published by: Equinox Publishing Ltd.
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/24156663
Page Count: 12
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Interactive Audio/Video Hardware Configurations
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Abstract

A complete Interactive Audio/Videodisc system includes several different pieces of equipment, each of which must be selected for compatibility with the complete configuration and with the courseware. Each of the several pieces and their functions is described, and some sample configurations are given to help developers, teachers, and administrators cope with the hardware selection problems.

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