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    Text First! Progressive Enhancement for Multimedia Content Text First! Progressive Enhancement for Multimedia Content Presentation Transcript

    • Text First! Applying Progressive Enhancement to Multimedia Content
    • “Progressive Enhancement builds documents for the least capable or differently capable devices first, then moves on to enhance … in ways that don't place an undue burden on baseline devices but which allow a richer experience for those users with modern graphical browser software.” — Steven Champeon
    • Graceful Degradation HTML + CSS + JS HTML + CSS HTML
    • Graceful Degradation HTML + CSS + JS
    • Progressive Enhancement HTML HTML + CSS HTML + CSS + JS
    • Graceful Degradation for Media Video Text + Images Text
    • Graceful Degradation for Media Video Transcript
    • Progressive Enhancement for Media Text Text + Images Video
    • SWISS ARMY KNIFE It may not be the best tool for the job, but it’s what I have handy and I can use it for many things.
    • POWERPOINT IS NOT A TELEPROMPTER.
    • POWERPOINT IS NOT A LECTURE TRANSCRIPT.
    • The average college student reads at… The average professional speaks at… 250-350 150-175 …words per minute. …words per minute. Sources: • Ziefle, M. (1998), Effects of display resolution on visual performance, Human Factors, 40(4), 555–568. • Williams, J. R. (1998). Guidelines for the use of multimedia in instruction, Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 42nd Annual Meeting, 1447–1451
    • Bueller? Bueller? 100 89 67 50 50 0 9 0:00:10 0:00:30 Percent Still Watching 0:01:00 0:05:00 Source: http://edudemic.com/2013/01/professors-tedx-talk-shares-why-we-need-teachers/
    • Source: In course survey of LST 370 SP12 students.
    • POWERPOINT IS NOT YOU
    • BOB ROSS It’s not about the landscapes. It’s about the happy little trees.
    • Text first! Simple Images Video & Interactive
    • VIDEOS ARE moving PICTURES!
    • VIDEOS ARE moving PICTURES!
    • 3 VIDEO TYPES NOT TO DO 1. 2. 3.
    • 3 VIDEO TYPES NOT TO DO 1. Low-impact/short-shelf life. 2. 3.
    • 3 VIDEO TYPES NOT TO DO 1. Low-impact/short-shelf life. 2. Guest speaker at a live event. 3.
    • 3 VIDEO TYPES NOT TO DO 1. Low-impact/short-shelf life. 2. Guest speaker at a live event. 3. A lecture, verbatim.
    • How should you convert an hour-long video for use on the Web?
    • • Chunk into single concepts • Use a variety of media • Include activities
    • What media types can you use to help your audience visualize a concept, process, or complex configuration?
    • • Series of images • Interactive diagram • Video
    • Why is video a good way to introduce new faculty?
    • Audiences can have an affective (emotional) response to videos.
    • Progressive Enhancement for Media Text Text + Images Video