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  • 1. Interactive multimedia: its related computer applications and emerging technologies Fezile Mlungu, Materials Developer, Centre for Learning and Teaching Development
  • 2.
    • Interactive Multimedia refers to any kind of user input
    • including typing commands or clicking the mouse which
    • results in computer application displaying multimedia
    • images, text, videos, sounds, animations and still images. It
    • has an ability to give the learners a combination of the
    • audio visual power of television, the publishing power of the
    • printing press and interactive power of the computer.
  • 3.
    • It is better to give an explanation in multimedia content
    • forms, eg, words and pictures, than words only and that
    • explanation and the multimedia forms that company the
    • explanation must be presented alongside each other not in
    • separate pages. Voice narrations to explanations, not only
    • on screen text, must be provided.
  • 4.
    • Students who listened to a narration explaining how a
    • bicycle tire pump works while also viewing a corresponding
    • animation generated twice as many useful solutions to
    • subsequent problem solving transfer questions than did
    • students who listened to the same narration without
    • viewing any animation (Mayer & Anderson, 1991, 1992).
  • 5.
    • students given multimedia explanations are able to build
    • two different mental representations - a verbal model and a
    • visual model--and build connections between them.
  • 6.
    • Interactive multimedia allows learners to test themselves
    • for prior knowledge before they go to the actual classroom.
    • This reduces time for teaching and encourages knowledge
    • retention.
  • 7.
    • Intuitive and user friendly multimedia application encourage
    • learner participation and learning experience.
  • 8.
    • With multimedia, users become participants in an exciting
    • experience involving the sensory modalities of sight, sound
    • and touch, all of which naturally facilitate learning ( Khoo
    • Cheng Choo – National University of Singapore ).
  • 9.
    • I THANK YOU

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