ETEC 570 E-Principle

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ETEC 570 E-Principle

  1. 1. Want to know more aboutE-principles ?!? By Lily & Aileen
  2. 2. In the following presentation,you will be experiencing 2 E-principlesthat are imperative to know IF youdont want your e-learning design tofail miserably. In this presentation, you will learn: 1. Multimedia Principle 2. Navigation Principle
  3. 3. 1. Applying theMultimedia Principle
  4. 4. WHAT DO YOUTHINK A.
  5. 5. WHAT DO YOUTHINK B.
  6. 6. Mayer and Clark say.....Correct Answer: BAccording to the cognitive theory andresearch evidence, e-learning coursesinclude words and graphics will bebeneficial to the learners.
  7. 7. TYPES: FACTS &CONCEPTS• Representational To illustrate the appearance of an object IE: A screen capture of a spreadsheet, a table, …• Organizational To show qualitative relationships among content IE: A matrix, A concept map,…
  8. 8. TYPES: PROCESS • Relational, PROCEDURE ,& PRINCIPLE To summarize quantitative relationships• Transformational IE: A bar graph, pie chart, & a To illustrate changes in time or map,…over space IE: An animated demonstration& a video,…• Interpretive To make intangible phenomenavisible and concrete IE: A picture that how data istransformed and transmitted …
  9. 9. WHAT DO YOUTHINK C.
  10. 10. TYPES: DECORATIVE To add visuals for aesthetic appeal or for humor
  11. 11. WHAT DO YOUTHINK
  12. 12. 2. Applying the Navigation PrincipleProvides learners with controls and helps them feelthat they have limitless control Allen, 2003, p. 230
  13. 13. IMPERATIVESAllows learners to...1. See the boudaries of their universe 4. Go forward2. See how the contents 5. Back up are organized 6. Correct themselves3. See where they are
  14. 14. GOOD EXAMPLE: Can learners... See the boudaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
  15. 15. GOOD EXAMPLE-2: Can learners... See the boudaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
  16. 16. BAD EXAMPLE Can learners... See the boudaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
  17. 17. BAD EXAMPLE Can learners... See the boundaries of their universe? See how the contents are organized? See where they are? Go forward? Back up? Correct themselves?
  18. 18. QUIZ#
  19. 19. RECOMMENDEDSOURCEShttp://www.articulate.com/products/demos/guru/Prometheus/player.html

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