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  • VLE
    virtual learning environments
    Group1 – Cheryl, Pat, Heather,
    Richard
  • VLE Continuum (6.9)
  • 4 Cognitive Determinants of Environmental Preference
  • coherence
  • complexity
  • legibility
  • mystery
  • Design
    "...design is a process, NOT a product." 
    (1.3 Learning Spaces)
  • Concept
  • Modeling
  • Product
  • Visual
  • Concept Mapping
  • Micro-worlds
  • Visual Internet Tools
    Visual
     
  • Visual Internet Tools
  • Simulation
  • Auditory
    "Text, or literacy, and voice, or orality, require different forms of thinking and not interchangeable."
  • Disadvantages of Text  
    dependent on...
    • written language skills
    • typing speed
    • understanding abbreviations (lol, omg, etc)
    and is...
    • slow 
    • not real time
  • Disadvantages of audio
    There are...
    • tech issues
    • often no record
    • no framework for usage
  • audio can improve perceptions of...
    • instructor presence
    • student engagement, motivation & confidence
    • mutual understanding
    • knowledge of course content
    • instructor-student interaction
  • "best practices"
    • Supplement graphics with audio alone rather than audio and redundant text to reduce cognitive overload (redundancy principle).
    • Avoid using visuals, text and sounds that are not essential to instruction as unnecessary information impedes learning by interfering with the integration of information (coherence principle).
    • Use a conversational tone and/or a personalized learning agent to enhance learning via social conventions to listen and respond meaningfully (personalization principle).
  • Give the students…
    control
  • Research
  • WELCOME
  • Spatial
  • Appeals to the
    Senses
  • Seamless Environment
  • Enables learners
  • tools