Journal of Information Systems Education (JISE)

Volume 6

Volume 6 Number 2, Pages 86-91

Summer 1994

Corporate Multimedia and MIS Course

Robert T. Watts
Idaho State University
Pocatello, ID 83209, USA

Michael G. Smith
Rocky Mountain Multimedia
Idaho Falls, ID 83401, USA

Abstract: Pacing, branching, and interaction are three unique characteristics that multimedia brings to education. As costs decrease and the advantages of multimedia are documented, corporations are rapidly adopting this new instructional method. Major benefits to the individual and organization include instructional flexibility, increased retention, decreased instructional costs, improved performance monitoring, and record keeping. These benefits provide support for using multimedia as a method to enhance the typical college of business junior level management information systems (MIS) course.

Keywords: Multimedia, Business, MIS, Education, Training, CBT

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Recommended Citation: Watts, R. T. & Smith, M. G. (1994). Corporate Multimedia and the MIS Course. Journal of Information Systems Education, 6(2), 86-91.