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EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
EDIT 9990 Course Introduction & Overview
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  • 1. Special Topics: Information Design EDIT 9990 DR. TJ KOPCHA SPRING 2012EDIT 9990: Information Design Spring 2012
  • 2.  Course OverviewAgenda  Introductions  Readings  Graphic Design Tutorial  Readiness ActivityEDIT 9990: Information Design 2 Spring 2012
  • 3. Course Map Explain the relationship Apply the psychology Evaluate visual Propose a researchPractice fundamental between information of learning to messages dedicated to study about information visual literacy skills design and information message a specific research design communication theory design context Overview of Components of Psychology of Graphical Visual Literacy Information a Research Learning Deception Systems Proposal Presenting Overview of Principles of Theories of Visual Research Research Communication Design Learning Findings with Proposal Theory Visuals Image Fidelity Introduction to Elements of and Information Portfolio Design Accompanying Design Cues Americans with The Creative Disabilities Act ProcessEDIT 9990: Information Design 3 Spring 2012
  • 4. Course Topics1. Course Overview, Visual 7. Graphical Deception Literacy, Principles of Design 8. Portfolio Workshop Elements of Design 9. Presenting Research2. Overview of Information Findings with Visuals Systems, Overview of 10. Components of a Research Communication Theory, Proposal Americans with Disabilities Act 11. The Creative Process3. Introduction to Information 12. [Topic to be Determined by Design Students]4. Psychology of Learning 13. Portfolio Presentations5. Theories of Visual Learning 14. Proposal Workshop6. Image Fidelity and 15. Research Proposal Accompanying Cues Presentations 16. Course Summary & AssessmentEDIT 9990: Information Design 4 Spring 2012
  • 5. Readiness Activity (15 pts)Assignments •Information seeking exercise to locate course-specific information Research Article (20 pts) •Read and review a scholarly journal article releated to information design Critique (15 pts) •Provide two classmates a thorough and professional critique of their creative work Portfolio (25 pts) •Electronic portfolio that demonstrates mastery of information design theories and principles Research Proposal (25 pts) •Plan a research study that encompasses several facets of information designEDIT 9990: Information Design 5 Spring 2012
  • 6. Required Course Readings Bleed, R. (2005). Visual literacy in higher education. Retrieved November 1, 2011, from http://www. educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI4001.pdf Branch, R. (2000). A taxonomy of visual literacy. In A. W. Pailliotet, & P. B. Mosenthal (Eds.), Advances in reading/language research Volume 7: Reconceptualizing literacy in the media age (pp. 377- 402). New Jersey: JAI/Ablex Publishers. Krause, J. (2004). Design Basics Index. Cincinnati, OH: How Design Books. [chapters as assigned] Lohr, L. L., & Gall, J. E. (2007). Representation Strategies. In J. M. Spector, M. D. Merrill, J. J. G. van Merriënboer, & M. P. Driscoll (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Educational Communications and Technology (3rd ed., pp. 85-96). New York, NY: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Wainer, H. (1997). Visual revelations: Graphic tales of fate and deception from Napoleon Bonaparte to Ross Perot. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. [chapters as assigned]EDIT 9990: Information Design 6 Spring 2012
  • 7. Optional Course Readings Tufte, E. R. (1990). Envisioning Information. Cheshire, CT: Graphics Press. Tufte, E. R. (1997). Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. Cheshire, CT: Graphics Press. Tufte, E. R. (2001). The Visual Display of Quantitative Information (2nd ed.). Cheshire, CT: Graphics Press. Tufte, E. R. (2006). Beautiful Evidence. Cheshire, CT: Graphics Press.EDIT 9990: Information Design 7 Spring 2012
  • 8. IntroductionsEDIT 9990: Information Design 8 Spring 2012
  • 9. Dr. TJ Kopcha •B.S., Mathematics Education (University of Connecticut) •M.A., Curriculum & Instruction (University Education of Connecticut) •Ph.D., Educational Technology (Arizona State University)InstructorAssistant ProfessorLearning, Design, & •Assistant ProfessorTechnology •Technology Integration Specialist Background •Teaching Assistant •Mathematics Teacher •Impact of Technology on Student Teaching Research •Overcoming Barriers to Technology IntegrationEDIT 9990: Information Design 9 Spring 2012
  • 10. • Instructional Design Dr. Robert Maribe Branch Teaching • Project Professor of Learning, Management Design, & Technology Currently, 16th year at The University of Georgia • Complexity Theory Formerly, tenured Research Associate Professor at Syracuse University • Visual Literacy Instructional Technology, Virginia Ed.D. • Department Head Tech, VA Technology Education, Ball State, ServiceM.A.Ed. • Executive Strategic Muncie, IN Technology Education, Elizabeth B.S. City, NC Industrial Arts, New York City Tech Planning A.S. College . NY EDIT 9990: Information Design 10 Spring 2012
  • 11. •B.S., Agricultural Science (Texas A&MTonia A. Dousay University) Education •M.S., Agricultural Education (Texas A&M University)Co-Instructor •Instructional Designer3rd Year PhD student •eLearning Manager Experience •Graduate Assistant <Web Design &Learning, Design, & Social Media>Technology •Business Communications (Blinn Teaching College) •Intro to Computers for Teachers (UGA) •What are the effects of modality and Research redundancy design principles on situational interest of learners?EDIT 9990: Information Design 11 Spring 2012
  • 12. •B.S., Elementary School EducationDaisyaneBarreto (Federal University of Ceará) Education •M.Ed., Instructional Design & Development (UGA)Co-Instructor •Technology Coordinator & Teacher3rd Year PhD student •Curriculum Developer Experience •Graduate Assistant <MultimediaLearning, Design, & Developer>Technology •Intro to Computers for Teachers (UGA) Teaching •Special Topics in Games & Simulations (UGA) •What do children learn from playing Research online games?EDIT 9990: Information Design 12 Spring 2012
  • 13.  Note on the syllabus that theCourse course meets asynchronouslyOrganization some weeks  All course content is available via the eLC  Topics release the week prior to presentation  Topics include links to course readings, activities, and assignments  All course assessments and assignments are submitted via the eLC  Course communication will occur via eLC mailEDIT 9990: Information Design 13 Spring 2012
  • 14. Week 1 Readings Visual literacy in higher education  Bleed, R. (2005). Visual literacy in higher education. Retrieved November 1, 2011, from http://www. educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/ELI4001.pdf Harmony  Krause, J. (2004). Design Basics Index. Cincinnati, OH: How Design Books.  Pages 50-59 Color  Krause, J. (2004). Design Basics Index. Cincinnati, OH: How Design Books.  Pages 206-227EDIT 9990: Information Design 14 Spring 2012
  • 15. Graphic Design Tutorial • Principles of Design • Composition, Proportion, Focal Point, Balance, Harmony, Negative Space, Rhythm • Elements of Design • Shape, Form, Line, Texture, Value, Size, Direction • Typography • Anatomy, Families, Size • Color • Color Wheel; Primary, Secondary, Tertiary Colors; Color Schemes, Meaning The GDT can be accessed via Week 1 in the eLC.EDIT 9990: Information Design 15 Spring 2012
  • 16. Readiness ActivityGoal Submission ActivityState the communication process Short AnswerCreate digital images PortfolioManipulate digital images PortfolioEmploy audio media PortfolioDefine psychology Short AnswerDistinguish between academic and non-academic sources Multiple ChoiceProvide constructive peer feedback Multiple ChoiceCreate a website PortfolioConduct a literature review Multiple ChoiceShare digital documents PortfolioCreate slide shows such as Keynote, PowerPoint, or Prezi Portfolio The Readiness Activity can be accessed via Week 1 in the eLC.EDIT 9990: Information Design 16 Spring 2012
  • 17.  All course topics, includingTips for Course activities, readings, andSuccess assignments should be completed during the week in which they have been assigned  Reading assignments may be completed in advance to enhance discussions in class and on the eLC  Note assignment due dates listed in the table on page 6 of the syllabusEDIT 9990: Information Design 17 Spring 2012
  • 18. Course ContactInstructor Co-Instructors Dr. TJ Kopcha  Tonia Dousay  teedee@uga.edu  tjkopcha@uga.edu  621 Aderhold  604G Aderhold  706-352-9459  706-542-1889  Office hours: Tue 3-5  Office hours: online, by  Daisy Barreto phone and  daisyane@uga.edu appointment  626B Aderhold  706-621-1150  Office hours: Tue 3-5EDIT 9990: Information Design 18 Spring 2012

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