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Simulation multimédia à interactivité variable

Abstract : Herzberg is a multimedia simulation environment that allows the vibration and rotation of molecules to be visual-ized and explored. It can be used to cre-ate documents consisting of a series of pages displaying one or two molecules in predefined configurations; text and voiceover explanation may be associated with each page. The level of interactivity may be set for each document. New mol-ecules may be added, or the characteris-tics of the prede.ned molecules edited, without programming. Thus, depending on the preferred pedagogical approach, the learning level, or the learning phase, Herzberg can be a useful visualization tool in association with a base document, a simulator for independent exploration, or an authoring system for creating one's own multimedia documents.
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Marc Couture. Simulation multimédia à interactivité variable. Revue Internationale des Technologies en Pédagogie Universitaire = International Journal of Technologies in Higher Education, 2004, 1 ("1"), pp.27-32. ⟨edutice-00000753⟩



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