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1998
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Towards an Information-Rich Society? Or an Information-Overloaded One? (Is the Media Becoming More Important Than the Message?)

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Towards an Information-Rich Society? Or an Information-Overloaded One? (Is the Media Becoming More Important Than the Message?)
The rapid growth in all forms of electronic publishing is creating many new problems – both technical and socio-economic. This paper examines some of these from three different perspectives, representing the author’s personal involvement in this field in three different capacities. As the Chairman of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Educational Media there is a need to address the issue of what role, if any, electronic publishing can and should play in the future of the journal. The particular subject of this journal, moreover, means that there is a need for the journal readers to have access to samples, at least, of the television and multimedia material which frequently forms the basis of the papers in the journal. This poses difficult issues, both technical and procedural, relating to both the paper version of the Journal and any future electronic versions. A particularly important question is the status of any electronic supplements to the printed journal, since it is ext...
T. M. R. Ellis
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Type Conference
Year 1998
Where ELPUB
Authors T. M. R. Ellis
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