Technical Report Number
The availability of digital multimedia technology poses new challenges to researchers, authors, and educators, even as it creates new opportunities for rich communication. This paper suggests interactive computer programming as a fruitful approach to these challenges. VideoScheme, a prototype video programming environment, is described along with promising applications.
Dartmouth Digital Commons Citation
Matthews, J; Makedon, F; and Gloor, P, "Videoscheme: A Research, Authoring, and Teaching Tool for Multimedia" (1994). Computer Science Technical Report PCS-TR94-209. https://digitalcommons.dartmouth.edu/cs_tr/90