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56.Software Engineering by John G. Webster (Editor)

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7. Macromedia Director: a Timeline-Based Authoring Tool Macromedia Director is one of the most widely used multimedia authoring tools today. Director has been successfully applied within a variety of application domains such as kiosks, games, and computer-based training. The success and widespread use of Director can be attributed to several factors. First, Director is a mature authoring tool whose movie-based metaphor makes it is easy to learn and use for nonprogrammers. Second, it offers a mature, powerful, and extensible scripting language called Lingo that can be used by professional authors to implement innovative interactive presentations.

Each time the display icon is executed, the associated text message will be displayed. Any visual content displayed in the Presentation window remains visible until it is explicitly removed. Case Study: Designing an Interactive Atlas. To demonstrate the use of Authorware’s authoring environment, a case study involving the creation of an interactive atlas is presented. The interactive atlas displays a map of the world’s continents and then asks the viewer three different questions regarding them.

History. The origins of Authorware are firmly rooted in a system named PLATO (Programmed Logic for Automatic Teaching Operations) developed by Don Bitzer at the University of Illinois in the early 1960s (22). Professor Bitzer was interested in applying computer technology to learning environments, and subsequently founded the Computer-based Education Research Laboratory (CERL) at the University. Along with several other engineers and students, Bitzer designed the PLATO hardware and software system at this laboratory.

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