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From the Publisher"Using the Design, Decide, Develop-Evaluate (DDD-E) model, the authors present practical outlines for implementing multimedia projects in grades 4-12. Visuals and reproducible worksheets cover organizing projects, flowcharts, storyboards, design guidelines, and using images. Sample projects are given for using multimedia documents, slide shows, Web-page production, hypermedia programs, digital-video programs, and various presentation tools."
"[T]hese authors do it right. They expect learners to do major research on a question, go through a thorough design phase, and provide guidance for the various technologies, tht the teacher-librarian offers. At each step, the authors provide assessment rubrics to ensure that process and content learning are going on. No cut, paste, and present here; rather, the reader finds deep understanding followed by well-developed presentations in a variety of formations that cover the full spectrum of video, audio, web, and digital photography. The strategies are provided to implement a program of solid multimedia presentations that support and expand learning….Highly recommended, particularly for upper-elementary through high school teacher-librarians."