Chapter 8: Writing for Multimedia and the Web<br />Informational Multimedia and Web Architecture<br />
Note: Linear Structure<br />A linear structure has no linking or interactivity<br />The problem-solution structure allows ...
Provide a linear structure with scene branching<br />A linear structure with a few limited choices.<br />
Hierarchical branching<br />Can be useful and economical<br />User might get lost<br />
Single-level thinking<br />No heirarchy<br />The user is presented with a problem and a number of possible solutions<br />
Parallel path architecture<br />Two or more narratives running parallel paths<br />
Passive versus Active Information Delivery<br />Passive: click and read<br />Active: might ask the reader to build somethi...
Forms of Active Information Delivery<br />Ask your readers to report results– provide a form<br />Provide tools like calcu...
Benefits of Active Information Delivery<br />Learn how to learn<br />Play<br />
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Learning passive versus active

  1. 1. Chapter 8: Writing for Multimedia and the Web<br />Informational Multimedia and Web Architecture<br />
  2. 2. Note: Linear Structure<br />A linear structure has no linking or interactivity<br />The problem-solution structure allows you to create a linear structure that asks the user to solve the problem through interactivity<br />
  3. 3. Provide a linear structure with scene branching<br />A linear structure with a few limited choices.<br />
  4. 4. Hierarchical branching<br />Can be useful and economical<br />User might get lost<br />
  5. 5. Single-level thinking<br />No heirarchy<br />The user is presented with a problem and a number of possible solutions<br />
  6. 6. Parallel path architecture<br />Two or more narratives running parallel paths<br />
  7. 7. Passive versus Active Information Delivery<br />Passive: click and read<br />Active: might ask the reader to build something, which is then tested as a failure or success<br />
  8. 8. Forms of Active Information Delivery<br />Ask your readers to report results– provide a form<br />Provide tools like calculators<br />Virtual adviser forms<br />
  9. 9. Benefits of Active Information Delivery<br />Learn how to learn<br />Play<br />
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