This study examined the perception of the academic community of Colegio de San Juan de Letran in the use
of multimedia presentation in classroom instruction. In particular, this research focused on the use of overhead projectors, LCD, and computers in the presentation of lessons and discussions of teachers in the collegiate level. Five hundred and seventy six (576) college students, twenty seven (27) professors, and nine (9) area chairpersons responded on the researcher-made questionnaire, measuring their perception towards the use of multimedia in the classroom. The measurement covered the preparation of materials, implementation, interaction, learning motivation, and learning outcome. One-way analysis of variance revealed no significant differences on the perception of the groups of respondents in the use of multimedia in the classroom.