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Interactive multimedia content can help improve learning performance by enhancing user satisfaction and engagement. Multimedia content also can help improve concept representation, which is not possible in conventional multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank formats. In this article, we present a broader view of multimedia education, focusing on future applications. Our vision is to provide publicly accessible education anywhere, at anytime, and to anyone. To realize this vision, we propose the Computer Reinforced Online Multimedia Education (Crome) framework, which integrates the main components of education, including learning, teaching, and testing, as well as adaptive testing and student modeling.