Five Points, AL, February 21, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- When world history is the topic anywhere around the globe, The Cause of World War II Multimedia Learning Program offered by Jinsig Instructional Technology and Instructional Design Services (JITIDS) becomes the key in understanding the events and politics of the cause World War II (WWII) (http://www.TheCauseOfWorldWarII.com). Bringing its new offering to the marketplace, the easy to use software interface developed by JITIDS offers a thorough and complete instructional presentation complemented by extensive video footage, audio and photographs. Coupled with a comprehensive exam and multiple quizzes which are graded automatically after each unit, and skilled writing assignments, JITIDS's CD ROM becomes the perfect multimedia experience to guage and measure the level of learner competency and mastery of the subject.
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Users who choose to use the program for study can elect to operate the program directly from the CD ROM or to install it on Windows 95 and up PCs. The quizzes and exams are graded offline; the grading function does not require a connection to the Internet to grade or to view the results.
About Jinsig Instructional Technology and Instructional Design Services
Founded in 2006, Jinsig Instructional Technology and Instructional Design Services focuses its services on computer based learning, multimedia learning, instructional software, and instructional design.
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