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Multimedia Use in UAE Education Context

Multimedia Use in UAE Education Context
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Author(s): Salam Omar Ali (Al-Ain English Speaking School, UAE) and Fayez Albadri (Abu Dhabi University, UAE)
Copyright: 2013
Pages: 13
Source title: Information Systems Applications in the Arab Education Sector
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Fayez Albadri (Abu Dhabi University, UAE)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-1984-5.ch006


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The growth in use of multimedia in United Arab Emirates schools has accelerated in recent years. Multimedia can be useful for both teachers and students alike. For example, multimedia is viewed as an important source of educational aids and a generator of resources that can add a lot to their performance. On the other hand, multimedia is positively perceived, for it makes the learning processes more comfortable and more enjoyable that leads to an improved performance. Generally, children are excited and fascinated by technology, and they are more receptive to lessons that are aided by multimedia. This is perhaps why many teachers are using multimedia in their classes to accomplish their learning objectives by creating a more interesting learning environment. For educators, multimedia provides a golden opportunity to promote interactive, technology-based collaborative learning that is perceived positively by all parties involved. This chapter investigated the role of the multimedia technologies in enhancing students’ performance as many studies showed that technology has a great effect on improving students’ reading, writing, and other skills. The study is also aimed at increasing educators’ awareness of the importance of multimedia technology use in classrooms.

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