This paper describes the production and delivery of two courses at Massey University using web-based, multi-media material. One course is a first year computer science paper, which is delivered entirely in distance mode. The second example is a post-graduate computer science course delivered internally only, although making use of the same delivery techniques. The tools and methods used in the production of this extensive multimedia database will be described and it will be shown that the effort in producing multi-media courses on CD is not prohibitive if the correct tools are used. These results have significant implication to lifelong learning
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