Reviewing Course Design Multimedia Concepts - Exercise
Reviewing Course Design Multimedia Concepts
Duration: 15 to 25 minutes.
In this exercise, you will use your knowledge of design elements to answer the following questions.
Keep in mind this scenario, from the previous lesson: You are working as an ID in your organization, and the head of human resources has come to your group with a specific need for the group to develop some training on working with difficult coworkers.
- What does the acronym CRAP stand for?
- In the HR course, you would like to use some video clips of experts speaking about morale and other concepts. What should you keep in mind?
- You want to show the steps for providing constructive feedback to employees. What visual element might you use to visually represent this?
- You are demonstrating a computer programming concept and need to show the code that the user should enter. What visual element might you use to represent this?
- You are designing a photography course would like to show a brief history of photography through the past 100 years. What visual element might you use to represent this?
- Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, Proximity
- The clips should be short, so that they hold the learner's attention and do not overwhelm him or her with information.
- Answers will vary, but you could use a flowchart to illustrate the steps in the process, moving from restating the message, to offering criticism, to focusing on goals.
- Answers will vary, but it would be useful to use a screen capture to show the code on screen.
- Answers will vary, but you could include a timeline to show the sequence of events over the past 100 years.