Institute for interdisciplinary research in culture, multimedia, technology, and cognition
Keywords:Cognitive systems, Computer science, Education, Linguistics, Mathematical models, Auditory speech
AbstractThe Institute for Interdisciplinary Research in Culture, Multimedia, Technology, and Cognition (CMTC) seeks to develop theoretically-based guidelines for application of multimedia technology in education within a cultural context. This institute focuses on language, music, thinking, and social communication and will works toward a new model of the learner with the context of culture and electronic multimedia. This model can guide educators, technology designers, communities, families, and individuals who need to make decisions involving learning and technology.
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