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  2. Audiovisual education - Wikipedia

    According to the Webster dictionary, audio-visual aids is defined as "training or educational materials directed at both the senses of hearing and the sense of sight, films, recordings, photographs, etc. used in classroom instructions, library collections or the likes". Contents 1 History 2 Objectives 3 Advantages 4 Disadvantages 5 Conclusion

  3. Audiovisual - Wikipedia

    Audiovisual ( AV) is electronic media possessing both a sound and a visual component, such as slide-tape presentations, [1] films, television programs, corporate conferencing, church services, and live theater productions. Audiovisual service providers frequently offer web streaming, video conferencing, and live broadcast services. [2]

  4. Audio-visual entrainment - Wikipedia

    Audio-visual entrainment (Redirected from Audio-Visual Entrainment) Audio-visual entrainment ( AVE ), a subset of brainwave entrainment, uses flashes of lights and pulses of tones to guide the brain into various states of brainwave activity. AVE devices are often termed light and sound machines or mind machines.

  5. Visual learning - Wikipedia

    Visual learning is a learning style in the Fleming VAK/VARK model in which information is presented to a learner in a visual format. Visual learners can utilize graphs, charts, maps, diagrams, and other forms of visual stimulation to effectively interpret information.

  6. Multimedia - Wikipedia

    Multimedia is a form of communication that uses a combination of different content forms such as text, audio, images, animations, or video into a single interactive presentation, in contrast to traditional mass media, such as printed material or audio recordings, which features little to no interaction between users.

  7. E-learning (theory) - Wikipedia

    Multimedia principle: Deeper learning is observed when words and relevant graphics are both presented than when words are presented alone (also called the multimedia effect). [25] Simply put, the three most common elements in multimedia presentations are relevant graphics, audio narration, and explanatory text.

  8. Visual narrative - Wikipedia

    Visual narrative A visual narrative (also visual storytelling) [1] is a story told primarily through the use of visual media. The story may be told using still photography, illustration, or video, and can be enhanced with graphics, music, voice and other audio. Contents 1 Overview 2 See also 3 References 4 External links Overview [ edit]