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Comunicar Journal 17: Today's communication. Crucible of new languages (Vol. 9 - 2001)


Magdalena Albero-Andrés


The author proposes to make a profit from the stimulating power of television for chil -dren so that we can make a favourable use of it to create an educational television. This is a reality in many places already but this paper adds the benefits of a multimedia background in order to give it interaction.


Education, educative television, media, interaction, multimedia background

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