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    • Want to know more aboutE-principles ?!? By Lily & Aileen
    • In the following presentation,you will be experiencing 2 E-principlesthat are imperative to know IF youdont want your e-learning design tofail miserably. In this presentation, you will learn: 1. Multimedia Principle 2. Navigation Principle
    • 1. Applying theMultimedia Principle
    • WHAT DO YOUTHINK A.
    • WHAT DO YOUTHINK B.
    • Mayer and Clark say.....Correct Answer: BAccording to the cognitive theory andresearch evidence, e-learning coursesinclude words and graphics will bebeneficial to the learners.
    • TYPES: FACTS &CONCEPTS• Representational To illustrate the appearance of an object IE: A screen capture of a spreadsheet, a table, …• Organizational To show qualitative relationships among content IE: A matrix, A concept map,…
    • TYPES: PROCESS • Relational, PROCEDURE ,& PRINCIPLE To summarize quantitative relationships• Transformational IE: A bar graph, pie chart, & a To illustrate changes in time or map,…over space IE: An animated demonstration& a video,…• Interpretive To make intangible phenomenavisible and concrete IE: A picture that how data istransformed and transmitted …
    • WHAT DO YOUTHINK C.
    • TYPES: DECORATIVE To add visuals for aesthetic appeal or for humor
    • WHAT DO YOUTHINK
    • 2. Applying the Navigation PrincipleProvides learners with controls and helps them feelthat they have limitless control Allen, 2003, p. 230
    • IMPERATIVESAllows learners to...1. See the boudaries of their universe 4. Go forward2. See how the contents 5. Back up are organized 6. Correct themselves3. See where they are
    • GOOD EXAMPLE: Can learners... See the boudaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
    • GOOD EXAMPLE-2: Can learners... See the boudaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
    • BAD EXAMPLE Can learners... See the boudaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
    • BAD EXAMPLE Can learners... See the boundaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
    • QUIZ#
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