The thesis project consists of an interactive multimedia computer software program, designed to help teach a course title, college-level semester course in soil and water management (Soil and Water Management, offered at Cornell University, Department of Soil, Crop, and Atmospheric Sciences course number 321, 4 credithours). The software was authored in Macromedia Director 6.5. Original artwork includes computer graphics some of which are sequenced to create animations that illustrate key concepts of the subject material. Text and photographs and/or illustrations also support the subject material.
Library of Congress Subject Headings
Cornell University Soil and Water Management Learning Module; Director (Computer file); Natural resources--Management--Computer-assisted instruction; Soil management--Computer-assisted instruction; Water conservation--Computer-assisted instruction
Department, Program, or Center
School of Design (CIAS)
van Es, Harold
Sullivan, Charissa, "Computer multimedia in the development of interactive courseware: The Cornell University soil and water management learning module" (1999). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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