This listing is for an Instructional Resources Corp. The World History Videodisc (non-European history)
This instructional videodisc covers non-European world history. Constance B. Schultz, Director of the Applied History Program (1992) of the University of South Carolina created this educational material. Playing this material will require a laserdisc player and a Windows machine running MS-DOS or a Macintosh machine with a Hyper-Card 2.0. This resource covers prehistory-1680 and ends with contemporary America, 1960-90s.
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- Format: videodisc (laserdisc)
- Publisher: Instructional Resource Corporation
- Year: 1992
- Author: Constance B. Schultz, Director of the Applied History Program (1992) of the University of South Carolina
- Original MSRP: $595.00
- Availability: Macintosh and MS-DOS
- Requirements: Videodisc player, Macintosh (requires Hyper-Card 2.0) and MS-DOS (for Windows 3.1)
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