Abstract: An ergonomic multimedia environment was built at one major university with the intention to improve the efficiency of teaching and learning computer related courses and conducting GDSS studies. Both the experiences of building this multimedia classroom and the features of the classroom are reported in this paper. Several computer related courses were instructed in the multimedia room during the first year. The advantages of using this new environment are also discussed. One GDSS study has been conducted so far. The graphical interface builder and object oriented environment have made the exchange of ideas between the GDSS researcher and the software developer much easier.
Keywords: Electronic classrooms, GDSS, Multimedia technology
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Recommended Citation: Hwang, H.-G. (1993). Establishing an Ergonomic Multimedia Environment to Support Information Systems Instruction: A Case Study. Journal of Information Systems Education, 5(2), 12-18.