University students' attitudes towards multimedia presentations

@article{Perry1998UniversitySA,
  title={University students' attitudes towards multimedia presentations},
  author={Timothy T. Perry and Leslie Anne Perry},
  journal={BJET},
  year={1998},
  volume={29},
  pages={375-377}
}
In the three CIS classes, a multimedia Gateway Destination pentium computer (200 MHz) was used to run the instructor-created multimedia presentations. Its features included a thirty-one inch monitor (which eliminated the need to use a television for a viewing monitor) and RF (radio frequency) remote keyboard and mouse. The remote keyboard and mouse made it possible for presentations to be controlled from anywhere in the classroom.