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Lecture Slides Overview
Lecture slides for Digital Multimedia, 3rd Edition are available in a range of formats, to download and to view online. Please scroll down the page for full information for lecturers and for students.
Lecture Slides Online
A slide show of each set of slides is embedded in each page in this section of the site for everyone to view. We do not recommend using these online slide shows in a lecture, as the quality is not good enough for displaying at a large size.
Lecture Slides for College Lecturers and Instructors
College lecturers and instructors are invited to download sets of lecture slides for all of the chapters in Digital Multimedia, 3rd Edition from our downloads site, MacAvon Media. This forms part of our Services for Lecturers, available through a free MacAvon Media Lecturer's Account.
If you don't already have a MacAvon Media Lecturer's Account, request a Lecturer's Account now.
The lecture slides are available in pre-constructed sets of PowerPoint slides, sets of high-quality PDF slides, and special lecture slides “kits”. Because the PowerPoint and PDF sets are not editable we have also provided kits in the form of zip archives containing all of the Key Points from each chapter in plain text files plus image files of all the figure slides from our own slides sets.
Pocket PDF Keypoints Slides for Students
Small format (480 × 300 pixels) sets of PDF slides are now available to buy at very low cost from the MacAvon Media Downloads Store. These Pocket PDF slides contain exactly the same material that you can view in the Flash versions on this site, but the quality is higher and the size and shape of the slides have been adapted to fit a mobile phone or iPod Touch screen.
Pocket PDF Keypoints Slides are intended to assist you in memorising the key points from each chapter and for use as a personal version of the lecture slides which you may have seen in your lectures. They are primarily designed for display on mobile phones and iPods, but can of course also be used on larger devices such as Apple's iPad or your computer.
These slides are in PDF format, so please ensure that you know how to import and display PDF on your mobile device before you download them.
Try a free download of the Pocket PDF slides for Chapter 1, to check that you can display the slides on your chosen device.