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The role of multimedia in education

  1. 1. The Role of Multimedia In Education - Presentation Transcript1. THE ROLE OF MULTIMEDIA IN EDUCATION2. DEFINITION OF MULTIMEDIA o From the words ‘multi’ and ‘media/medium’ o Multi – refers to many or multiple o Media/medium – is a tool, vehicle or agent to present or convey something o Multimedia is all about communicating in several ways3. MULTIMEDIA ELEMENTS AUDIO VIDEO ANIMATION INTERACTIVE GRAPHIC TEXT MULTIMEDIA SYSTEM4. WHY USE MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY? o User friendly interface o Meaningful and ease of use o Interactivity o Self-paced interaction o Cost effectiveness with greater efficiency5. MULTIMEDIA HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE o HARDWARE  Input devices  Output devices o SOFTWARE  Text  Graphic  Audio  Video  Animation6. INTERACTIVITY OF MULTIMEDIA7. INTERACTIVITY OF MULTIMEDIA o Linear presentation o Non-linear presentation Scene 1 Scene 2 Scene 3 Scene 3 start continuous end Main Page Home video hypertext hypermedia8. Types of Multimedia Presentation o 3 categories of multimedia presentation :- o linear  persembahan yang menyampaikanmaklumatsecaraturutandarimulahinggaakhir  Kawalannavigasimembolehkanpenggunamajukehadapandanundurkebelakang9. BentukPersembahan Multimedia start Scene 1 Scene 3 End Scene 2 Linear presentation10. Types of Multimedia Presentation o Non-linear simple  Persembahan yang menyampaikanmaklumatsecaraberpusat.  Terdapatsatupaparan menu yang akanmenghubungkanpaparanmaklumat yang lain.  Kawalannavigasimembolehkanpenggunamencapaimaklumat yang terkandungdalampaparanpertama, keduadanseterusnya.11. Types of Multimedia Presentation Menu UtamaMaklumatketigaMaklumatkeempatMulaMaklumatPertamaKeluarMaklumatKedua Non-linear simple12. Types of Multimedia Presentation o Non-linear complex  Semuapaparandihubungkandenganpaparanmaklumat yang lainsecaraterus.  Navigasipenggunasemasamencapaimaklumat yang terkandungdalammana-manapaparanadalahbebas.  Setiapsatupaparanmempunyaihubungandenganmana- manapaparanlainsecaraterusdanbolehkembalikemana-manapaparan.13. Types of Multimedia Presentation Menu UtamaMaklumatKeduaMaklumatKetigaMaklumatPertamaMaklumatKeempatMulaKeluar Non-linear complex14. Criteria of MS Powerpoint o Create & customize slide master- can edit slide master such inserting logo,pictures, etc. o Extract Narration o Create web presentation
  2. 2. o "internalhyperlinks" that connect one slide to another, complete with "action" and "return" buttons.15. Criteria of MS Powerpoint o set up "custom shows," - allow to specify which slides of a presentation should be shown, and in what order... without having to "hide" or rearrange slides via slide sorter view. o set slide timings, create automatically repeating slide shows, and even record narration. o able to "annotate" slides during a presentation, with electronic "pencils," "felt- tipped pens," or "highlighters"... and save your annotations16. MEDIUM OF DELIVERY o Standalone application  An application that is accessed from storage devices  Such as  Floppy-disk  Hard disk  CD ROM  DVD ROM o Web-based application  An application that is accessed with a web browser over a network  Such as  The internet  The intranet17. WHERE TO USE MULTIMEDIA SYSTEM? Business and industries others Education and training administration communication entertainment home medical MULTIMEDIA IN VARIOUS FIELDS18. THE USE OF INTERNET In education19. FOUR BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE INTERNET o Grey (1999) has identified four ways in which the internet can function as an educational tool in the classroom and these four ways are also applicable in ESL/EFL classrooms. 20. o Search for and receive o Publish and provide o Talk to and reply o Collaborate and learn FOUR BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE INTERNET 21. o Search for and receive  Comprises activities that are based on using the internet as a huge virtual library.  In these activities students search for and retrieve information from this library. FOUR BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE INTERNET 22. o Publish and provide  These activities involve not the retrieval, but the publication of information.  This publishing is done on web pages, which are the basic places where information is stored on the internet. FOUR BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE INTERNET 23. o Talk to and reply  These are conversational activities that take place via the internet through email correspondence and in ‘chat’ rooms.  This category could also include internet phone conversations. FOUR BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE INTERNET
  3. 3. 24. o Collaborate and learn  This category includes joint projects that involve students in two or more classrooms that might be thousands of miles apart.  This fourth way of integrating the internet usually involves one or more of the other three ways. FOUR BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE INTERNET25. MULTIMEDIA DEVELOPMENT o User interface principles  Provide an organize structure  Provide a simple design  Keep the user interface visible  Provide informative feedback  Keep the user interface flexible  Minimize memory load  Provide shortcuts for frequent users26. MULTIMEDIA DEVELOPMENT o Development team  Project manager  Designer  Content specialist  Writer  Video specialist  Audio specialist  Programmer  Producer27. MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION PLANNING PRODUCTION DESIGN DEVELOPMENT TESTING PUBLISHING28. 1. PLANNING o The business model, schedule, media plan and focus group is determined29. 2. PRODUCTION o Material and assets for building the application is produced and managed o Involves with planning and scheduling the resources for the application30. 3. DESIGN o Effort responsible for creating a detailed blueprint for the multimedia application o Such as conceptual overview, storyboard, layout, interface design and information design31. 4. DEVELOPMENT o All the content is created and processed o All the content and media used in the application is integrated to become one complete application32. 5. TESTING o To ensure the application is free from bug and will be accepted by the user o Of there a bug, the application should be revised and be tested again until the application is free from bug33. 6. PUBLISHING o Once the application is tested and revised, it could be burned into a CD-ROM or published on the internet as a website