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From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles
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From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles

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Existing instructional materials often create a host of challenges for even the seasoned multimedia developer. In this case, the project involved taking a text-heavy PowerPoint presentation and …

Existing instructional materials often create a host of challenges for even the seasoned multimedia developer. In this case, the project involved taking a text-heavy PowerPoint presentation and converting it for use in a research study evaluating the design principles of modality and redundancy. From storyboard concept to Captivate project, lessons learned included how to incorporate animation, narration, and text in varying degrees without compromising the quality of the design.
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  • Paramedic driver safety training course for National EMS in Conyers and Athens, GA
  • Original training design consisted of more than 5 PowerPoint slides with only one visual; a video clip on rollover danger
  • Existing content was outlined and marked up with comments to brainstorm potential multimedia to find or create
  • I served as the instructional designer and multimedia developer. The software I used included PowerPoint, Word, iMovie, Photoshop, and Captivate. I also had access to a paramedic as the SME.
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    • 1. From death by PowerPoint to engaging Captivate: Lessons learned when implementing specific design principles Tonia A. Dousay 02 November 2013 Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/
    • 2. Context Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 2
    • 3. Original Content Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/
    • 4. Storyboarding Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 4
    • 5. Project Tools Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 5
    • 6. The Challenge AnimationNarration AnimationNarrationText AnimationText Driver Safety Training Course Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 6
    • 7. Design Decisions Animated checklists “Find the error” animations Scene animations New video clips Existing video clips Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 7
    • 8. Example: Animation-Text Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 8
    • 9. Example: Animation-Narration Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 9
    • 10. Example: Animation-Narration-Text Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 10
    • 11. Lessons Learned Easier said than done Scripting vs. free speech Maximizing Creative Commons Widgets vs. timed animations Focus on combinations vs. individual principles Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 11
    • 12. Tonia A. Dousay University of Wyoming http://www.learninginterest.com tdousay@uwyo.edu Twitter: @tadousay Tonia A. Dousay, Ph.D. Instructional Technology University of Wyoming tdousay@uwyo.edu http://www.uwyo.edu/profstudies/instech/ 12

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