The design of an Image Bank.
New Directions, 5(2009) pp. 26–30.
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Image Banks, which are collections of images with associated data and captions, are a valuable teaching tool for Astronomy courses at the Open University. Until now web pages have been created for each image and its associated information. This paper examines how a database, front-ended by a multimedia authoring tool, can provide a much more flexible and maintainable architecture for producing Image Banks. Accessibility issues are discussed.
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||images; captions; astronomy; databases; information management; teaching tools; DreamWeaver
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