Traditional presentations of technical topics such as map projections can be infused with life by the simple expedient of having the spherical Earth transform into flat maps of various projections before students' eyes. Explanations of the Coriolis force in physical geography or processes of disease diffusion in human geography can be made immediately comprehensible through dynamic visual presentations. The same multimedia classroom tools can be used to instruct students in the use of interactive learning modules that build on classroom presentations.
What are the major social ramifications of economic restructuring in Eastern Europe? What is the future of democratization in Latin America? What forces