New Grolier Electronic Encyclopedia (CDTV, CD-ROM) Grolier Electronic Publishing - 1991 USA, Canada Release
New Grolier Electronic Encyclopedia
|Publisher(s)||Grolier Electronic Publishing|
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
All 21 volumes of the Academic American Encyclopedia on a single CDTV disc.
In 1985, Grolier released the world's first Electronic Encyclopedia on CD-ROM. The New Grolier Electronic Encyclopedia has since been recognized as the industry's finest CD-ROM encyclopedia.
Now, this award-winning reference work has been updated and adapted for CDTV multimedia, the exciting new technology that combines full-color graphics and high quality sound in an easy-to-use, interactive format.
The program contains the complete text from the 21-volume Academic American Encyclopedia, fully updated for 1991. The CDTV multimedia version includes over 2,000 full-color photographs and illustrations. Many entries are accompanied by high quality sound, including excerpts from famous speeches and music compositions, musical instruments, and animal sounds- all available at the touch of a button.