Curricular Review: Supporting the Move to Digital Tools for Audio and Video Production 1
Originally published by BEA.
There is little doubt that the age of digital technology has arrived. From using CD ROM software in the classroom to researching on the internet, selecting and using authorware to craft assignments, to teaching non linear editing of audio and video at the desktop, mass communication and academic units are coming to grips with the emerging technologies.
Buck, Christine. (1997). "Curricular Review: Supporting the Move to Digital Tools for Audio and Video Production 1." Feedback. 38 (2). pp. 24-26.