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2000 Annual Conference Proceedings
The primary objective of Internet-Ready Instruction Modules (IRIMs) is to utilize the global accessibility of the Internet to aid and enhance traditional classroom instruction. Recent advances in Internet technology offer a myriad of possibilities for IRIMs. In this paper, we outline how IRIMs can be used to promote multidisciplinary learning, to illustrate difficult concepts through audio-visual aids, for the development of virtual/real experiments that can be conducted via the Internet and todoi:10.18260/1-2--8866 fatcat:6jwmwskjnvgsjjdshsv3ws5aly