Multimedia Inclusion in Online Courses

From KNILT

Introduction

This course addresses the need for course developers to have an understanding of when and how to incorporate multimedia in higher-education online courses.

Performance Objectives

(See Katherine Watson's Portfolio Page for updated content.)

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

Choose multimedia as a means of connecting with students.
Choose multimedia that taps varied learning styles.
Understand the impact multimedia has on cognitive load.
Utilize multimedia as a tool for project based learning in online courses.

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Summary

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References

Shambaugh, R. N. & Magliaro, S. G. (1997). Mastering the Possibilities - A process approach to instructional design. Allyn and Bacon. (ISBN: 0205197957)

About the Project

Katherine Watson's ETAP 623 Fall 2009 Design Project -- ETAP 623 Fall 2009 Design Project Agenda.

Katherine Watson's Portfolio Page documents much of the background work for the project.