With the growing availability of software for multimedia development and CD-ROM mastering as well as the ever-increasing capabilities of personal computers, there has been significant increase in interest in the development and production of multimedia modules for education. This paper highlights some of the multimedia CD-ROMs developed by the CAEME Center for Multimedia Education and Technology. The trade-offs involved in development and some procedures for enhancing students interactivity are described. More recent research and development efforts by CAEME to use virtual reality technology in education are discussed
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