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I need to author a CD-ROM which would contain material for a certain comp.sc course. The students using this CDROM will NOT be attending any classes. It is meant to be interactive, platform independent and hold a students interest. I have about 1.5 months to make it. I am a comp.sc junior, good in C, no knowledge of Java. There must be some kind of s/w packages which help you make such tutorial-type programs?? which one?
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sunghkim earned 50 total points
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Have you look into using Macromedia Director?
It is perfect for creating an interactive CDROMs.
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I've heard about it but would like to know more about it as in adv's and disadv's of using it, any alternate packages available
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