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The Imagination Machines.

Appropriate to the theme of this issue of SchoolArts, this videotape explores the role of computer technology in arts education. Host Kadeem Hardison of NBC's "A Different World" strikes a balance between interviews with students who are using the computer both as a tool for learning and as a medium of expression, introducing leaders in education technology, and showing several outstanding examples of computer software and interactive media. This video is based on the Getty Center's 1991 national conference "Future Tense: Arts Education Technology," and was shown on the Discovery Channel in September, 1991. The low cost and some remarkable computer-animation sequences make this a resource worthy of purchase.
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Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Video Recording Review
Date:Mar 1, 1992
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