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Communication & Media: From Theory to Application

Directions:

  1. Click on the first of the three images below.
  2. If prompted to accept ActiveX controls, do so.
  3. After engaging the first video, return and click on the second image (then third).
  4. If you need a Flash Player, download one from Adobe's Website.

Created on Macromedia RoboDemo, a unique feature of which is to open the links within the same frame as the video.  That means you'll want to click your 'back' button to return to the video and then use the slide bar to navigate to the place where you left off.  Thanks in advance for you patience with that.  There is also a 10-second lag between slides to give you a moment to reflect on each of the points and to begin reviewing the links.  You can bypass that period of silence by clicking the forward button at the end of each short audio.


 Communication & Media: From Theory to Application

This presentation introduces the epistemological impact of media.

Click here to review the slideshow outside of the Flash file for easy access to the links each provides.


Communication & Media: From Theory to Application

This presentation introduces the use of media at the parish level.

Click here to review the slideshow outside of the Flash file for easy access to the links each provides.


Communication & Media: From Theory to Application

This presentation explains the effects of media culture on Catholic life.

Click here to review the slideshow outside of the Flash file for easy access to the links each provides.


Last Updated August 7, 2007. © Catholic Distance Learning Network.
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