Proc. of the 10th Workshop on Multimedia in Physics Teaching and Learning (EPS - MPTL 10), Berlin 2005
Trends in Multimedia Physics Education:
Review of Literature Database
any issues of multimedia teaching and learning can be found in numerous sources. To
ffectively outline these issues are used new methods of gaining and accumulating
formation. In this way, scientific investigations can be covered and described at length on
e one hand, and on the other, both unexplored und well-know fields can be highlighted.
ontemporary efforts at collecting scientific materials should not only encompass traditional
urces such as books and articles in scientific magazines. Multimedia sources and Internet
ebsites with scientific publications are also very important. All the materials were included
a database LiDa, where are possible different processing of data. In this way, were
vestigated Trends in multimedia physics teaching and learning.
sues of multimedia teaching and learning can be found in numerous sources. To effectively
utline these issues, new methods of gaining and accumulating information are used. In this
ay, scientific investigations can be covered and described at length on the one hand, and on
e other, both unexplored and well-known fields can be highlighted . Contemporary
fforts at collecting scientific materials should not only encompass traditional sources such as
ooks and articles in scientific magazines. Multimedia sources and Internet websites with
ientific publications are also very important .
raditional literature sources and present electronic sources can be administered through a
ommon platform. Individual use of such a database facilitates an advanced searching for any
iven reference as well as organizing a database in such a way that we can easily reach our
bjectives. If we want e.g. to write