hypermedia

[hahy-per-mee-dee-uh]
noun
(usually used with a singular verb) a system in which various forms of information, as data, text, graphics, video, and audio, are linked together by a hypertext program.

Origin:
1985–90

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hypermedia (ˈhaɪpəˌmiːdɪə)
 
n
Compare hypertext computer software and hardware that allows users to interact with text, graphics, sound, and video, each of which can be accessed from within any of the others

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hypertext

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The paper notes that, increasingly, computer technology enables educators to use hypermedia packages for presentations.
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