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    Applying Multimedia principles to online learning Applying Multimedia principles to online learning Presentation Transcript

    • A Model for re-designing online training By Licinia “Lulu” Barrueco Kaliher, Ed.D.
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    • Poll Time Text # answer to 22333. What has been your experience with online modules? To: 22333 Text # answer
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    • Redundancy Principle Illustration based upon Mayer’s Multimedia Learning p. 124
    • Modality Principle Illustration based upon Mayer’s Multimedia Learning p. 124
    • Program Design Cognitive Theory and Multimedia Learning (from Clarke and Mayer, 2008 and Mayer, 2005)
    • Multimedia Principles Principle Description Multimedia Learning from text and graphics is better than text alone Contiguity Align words to corresponding graphics Modality Present words as audio narration, rather than on-screen text Redundancy Explain visuals with words in audio or text; not both Coherence Learning is better when there is no superfluous text, graphics or sound Personalization Use conversational style and virtual coaches Segmenting Break a continuous lesson into bite-size segments Pre-training Ensure learners know names/key concepts Practice Provide practice that is job-relevant, and distributed throughout
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    • 5 “Learning Capabilities”
    • Conditions of Learning http://www.hsc.unt.edu/departments/cld/CourseDesign-TeachingStrategies.cfm
      • http://www.nickjr.com/kids-videos/nihao-kailan-kids-videos.html
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    • Type of Cognitive Load http://instructionaldesigning.org/audio/by/album/idlive
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    • Online Training Design Model
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    • Questions