NEW 2015 RESOURCES
Multimedia Theme Page
This "Theme Page" has links to resources related to the study of Multimedia. Students and teachers will find curricular resources (information, content...) to help them learn about this topic. Please read our disclaimer.
Web Pages (Advanced Level) Theme Page
- CLN provides a series of links for the advanced HTML programmer. These
Banners, Forms, Colour, Style Sheets and more...
Web Pages (Introductory Level) Theme Page
- This CLN page is created for the beginning HTML programmer. These links
will lead you to information explaining basic structures needed in HTML tags,
methods of evaluating and designing a simple home page, and developing sites
with an educational focus.
(Digital Versatile Disc or Digital Video Disc)
- A meta-list of links with information describing the progress made in the
development of this medium.
- A glossary of hypertext terms.
- A book about interactive multimedia on the Internet. The author describes
the technologies and systems that make interactive multimedia flexible and
scaleable for distributed systems using the Internet. Note that this is a
large document that takes a while to download.
- Here's a meta-list of more than 800 annotated links to multimedia sites
with a keyword and category search engine. It includes links to 3D design,
QuickTime, multimedia software developers, conferences, use of different media
and much more...
Content and the Superhighway: Rapid Acceleration or Foot on the Brake
- An exploration into the U.S laws protecting ownership in multimedia. The
authors identify copyright issues of unrestricted use of content and the moral
issues of changing the work of others. Multimedia developers will need to
know that electronic rights may be separate issues from paper publishing rights.
The use of film, soundtrack, music and photos may be protected by their copyright
- Canada's Multimedia Guide
- A extensive site devoted to helping students learn about and discover issues
in the dynamic multimedia industry. From this home page, there are links
to associations, events, Internet resources, employment, Canadian multimedia
developers, discussion forums, articles, reports, and the weird and wonderful
sites. The following links provide a direct path to pages with educational
Developer resources, guides, news, periodicals....
Thought provoking multimedia articles.
- "Digital, on-line multimedia technology is changing the nature of news."
Published in the Toronto Star, this article discuss how multimedia News services
allows the consumers to decide what News they will expose themselves to. Before
multimedia, the News was delivered and you either accepted it or rejected
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