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Embedding Social Media

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An overview of multimedia learning concerns when using embedded social media tools, focusing on the iconographic and technical implications of video embedding.

An overview of multimedia learning concerns when using embedded social media tools, focusing on the iconographic and technical implications of video embedding.

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    • 1. EMBEDDING SOCIAL MEDIA
    • 2. WHY THE CONFUSION?
    • 3. WHY THE CONFUSION?
    • 4. AREAS OF APPLICATION
    • 5. AREAS OF APPLICATION • Video • Links with rich media preview • Audio • iframed rich media (i.e., pdf, slideshare, etc.) • Animation • Social Media widgets • Simulation • RSS Feed
    • 6. AREAS OF APPLICATION • Video • Links with rich media preview • Audio • iframed rich media (i.e., pdf, slideshare, etc.) • Animation • Social Media widgets • Simulation • RSS Feed
    • 7. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY
    • 8. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY = PLAY
    • 9. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY
    • 10. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY =
    • 11. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY SKIP =
    • 12. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY SKIP = FAST FORWARD
    • 13. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY SKIP = FAST FORWARD ADVANCE
    • 14. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY SKIP = FAST FORWARD ADVANCE
    • 15. VISUAL ICONOGRAPHY SKIP = FAST FORWARD ADVANCE
    • 16. SO, WHY THE CONFUSION?
    • 17. dozens of interfaces for video embedding
    • 18. dozens of interfaces for video embedding ambiguous icons used in universal settings
    • 19. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY
    • 20. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY using the same embed type for all media integration
    • 21. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY using the same embed type for all media integration limiting media types based on their embed footprint
    • 22. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY using the same embed type for all media integration limiting media types based on their embed footprint disallowing media types to maintain legacy environment
    • 23. using the same embed type for all media integration limiting media types based on their embed footprint disallowing media types to maintain legacy environment
    • 24. status quo format embed code user experience consistency using the same embed type for all media integration limiting media types based on their embed footprint disallowing media types to maintain legacy environment
    • 25. METHODOLOGY AT WORK
    • 26. METHODOLOGY AT WORK Split-attention
    • 27. METHODOLOGY AT WORK Split-attention Navigational
    • 28. SPLIT-ATTENTION
    • 29. SPLIT-ATTENTION
    • 30. SPLIT-ATTENTION
    • 31. SPLIT-ATTENTION
    • 32. SPLIT-ATTENTION
    • 33. SPLIT-ATTENTION
    • 34. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 35. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 36. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 37. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 38. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 39. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 40. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 41. NAVIGATIONAL
    • 42. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY using the same embed type for all media integration limiting media types based on their embed footprint disallowing media types to maintain legacy environment
    • 43. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY using the same embed type for all media integration
    • 44. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY using the same embed type for all media integration dull consistency consistent user experience
    • 45. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY limiting media types based on their embed footprint
    • 46. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY limiting media types based on their embed footprint limited content choices less security risk and overhead less training on proper integration
    • 47. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY disallowing media types to maintain legacy environment
    • 48. PATHS TO CONSISTENCY disallowing media types to maintain legacy environment stale technology limited media integration ease of deployment unified training for end user
    • 49. INTEGRATING MEDIA
    • 50. INTEGRATING MEDIA • Be consistent
    • 51. INTEGRATING MEDIA • Be consistent ‣ Standardize content delivery
    • 52. INTEGRATING MEDIA • Be consistent ‣ Standardize content delivery ‣ Limit media channels
    • 53. INTEGRATING MEDIA • Be consistent ‣ Standardize content delivery ‣ Limit media channels • Be progressive
    • 54. INTEGRATING MEDIA • Be consistent ‣ Standardize content delivery ‣ Limit media channels • Be progressive ‣ Try new media types for effectiveness
    • 55. INTEGRATING MEDIA • Be consistent ‣ Standardize content delivery ‣ Limit media channels • Be progressive ‣ Try new media types for effectiveness ‣ If it works, find an integration path

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