April 20, 2007, Newsletter Issue #80: Audio Visual Environment

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In order for students to fully benefit from various types of audio visual learning, an optimal classroom setting should be organized in advance. This includes careful consideration of factors such as room set-up, lighting, the legibility and clarity of the media, and the integration of your verbal presentation. Make suare all students can clearly see your presentation. If you have windows, try to get opaque curtains. And a good rule of thumb for seating distance is that no viewer should be further than 5 times the width of the projected image.

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