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Using both sight and sound, typically in the form of images and recorded speech or music:‘learners can be encouraged to use audiovisual aids’
- ‘Initially, students will be exposed to two audio-visual classes of one-and-a-half hours each, a week.’
- ‘Over 40 audio-visual shows bring to life the players, matches, unique moments and numerous memories from over the years.’
- ‘French is taught using the most advanced audio-visual aids, which encourage the students to interact actively using the new language.’
- ‘It would predominantly be an audio-visual quiz, he said.’
- ‘The course consists of audio-visual teaching aids and includes screening of Italian movies and exposure to Italian books.’
- ‘But, more practically, the new building is well placed to play a crucial role in the economic development of the audio-visual industry in Scotland.’
- ‘Also important was the wide availability of new audio-visual technologies such as digital video cameras and projectors.’
- ‘The use of the audio-visual medium to inform, educate and motivate people of all walks of life on environmental issues is the main aim, he adds.’
- ‘The building also houses a library stocking over 130,000 items including journals and audio-visual materials.’
- ‘The university's audio-visual department did not record it either, which is an interesting tale.’
- ‘The paper's art director, gave an audio-visual presentation of how we developed the new design.’
- ‘An audio-visual presentation helps interpret the maps and has local people explaining why they got involved in the project.’
- ‘After completing his school education, he studied audio-visual communications and filmmaking for three years.’
- ‘The schools then selected products from an extensive catalogue of computers, software and audio-visual goods.’
- ‘It's very hi-tech and has a lot of unique audio-visual material.’
- ‘An audio-visual presentation on polytechnic education also formed part of the exhibition.’
- ‘He has devised workshops for young people that draw on a range of art forms including music, dance, audio-visual and information technology.’
- ‘It was praised for the use of audio-visual presentations and displays throughout the museum.’
- ‘It means Internet users can download vast amounts of information more quickly, making a number of audio-visual applications possible.’
- ‘It features informative audio-visual and interactive displays about the development of the dairy industry.’
- ‘The prime minister is slated to sit through an hour-long audio-visual presentation on infrastructure requirements in the state.’
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