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Rich Media Tutorial

Our focus this week was on rich media tutorials. I’ve been a fan of Articulate Storyline for creating rich media tutorials for several years, and I’m always excited about opportunities to use it. Note: the current edition is Storyline 360, … Continue reading

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e-Learning Strategies in F2F Classrooms

For our final assignment, this week we discussed integrating e-learning into our classrooms. My situation as an academic librarian is somewhat different from that of teachers and teaching faculty; I am typically invited into the classroom to provide one-shot instruction … Continue reading

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Project #8: Worked Example Screencast

For this week’s assignment, I created a faded worked example screencast titled “Parenthetical APA Citations” using the free Explain Everything app for iOS on my iPad. Although I also used Explain Everything for my digital storytelling project, I thought the … Continue reading

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Project #7: Google Slides Presentation

This week our assignment involved creating a static presentation in Google Slides. There are just a few things I should make note of about my presentation. First, you may notice that I’ve applied a Creative Commons attribution share-alike license (CC-BY-SA … Continue reading

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Project #6: Digital Story

For this assignment, I created a digital story using iPad app Explain Everything, an app I had never used prior to the assignment. The app was ideal for creating a digital story because it allowed me to upload images from … Continue reading

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Project #5: Coherence Analysis

For this week’s Multimedia assignment, we analyzed Clark and Mayer’s (2016) coherence principle of multimedia learning, which states that extraneous content in the form of words, graphics, and audio–content that doesn’t directly support the instructional goals of an e-learning lesson–should … Continue reading

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Project #4: Prezi

It’s been many years since I’ve used Prezi. One of my first uses of Prezi was, coincidentally, for a presentation in my last course for my master’s program in library science back in 2011. While I think my use back … Continue reading

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Project #3: Haiku Deck

For this week’s assignment, I created a brief Haiku Deck visual aid for a live presentation about visual literacy, a topic that I’ve been addressing with some of the classes I’ve visited this semester at the university where I work. … Continue reading

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Project #2: Static Multimedia Instruction

Using Clarify-It for performance support For this week’s assignment, we used Clarify-It, a tool I’ve been using since my first class in the Ed Tech program at Boise State. I love using Clarify-It to build performance support tools, find-a-book-by-title. It … Continue reading

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Multimedia Principle…in Sketchnotes

The Multimedia (EDTECH 513) assignment for this week is, in my opinion, unique and quite interesting. It involves creating sketchnotes, notes taken during a presentation–or in this case, from our textbook reading–that include both words and graphics. What I Did … Continue reading

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