Standards for creating multimedia learning modules for low literacy and limited English proficient adult learners
Corporate Name: Cyberstep Project
Publisher: California State University Institute
Published At: Long Beach, CA
Date Published: 1999
Distributor: Sacramento County Office of Education
Source Address: P.O. Box 269003
Source City/State/Zip: Sacramento CA 95826-9003
Material Type: Guide
Intended Audience: General
Physical Media: Print
Physical Description: iv. + 70 p.
Subjects: Instructional Design; Standards; Adult Basic Education; English (Second Language); Multimedia Instruction; Multimedia Materials; Computer Assisted Instruction; Online Courses
This working paper begins to define the theoretical and design standards underlying the development of the Cyberstep Project's ABE, literacy and ESL multimedia instructional materials for adults functioning at low literacy levels. Cyberstep was a federally funded partnership of four U.S. literacy service innovators.
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