A model for developing multimedia for teaching and learning

Yim Wan Annie NICHOLSON

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Abstract

Multimedia technology has advanced significantly in the past few years. Graphic, animation, audio and video data can be stored and processed efficiently in personal computer systems. CD-ROM technology has also matured over the years and it provides an economical and convenient means for storing a large amount of digital information. With careful designing and authoring, interactive multimedia courseware, in CD-ROM format, can be developed and produced for effective learning. In developing interactive multimedia courseware for teaching and learning, instructional design and management are two crucial aspects for successful products. Based on the author's experiences in managing multimedia projects in areas of (a) curriculum information system, (b) interactive desktop video, and (c) video CD-ROM courseware, a model for developing multimedia for teaching and learning is proposed. This paper will present and discuss the model which includes five phases, namely (1) analysis, (2) development, (3) production, (4) evaluation, and (5) implementation.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1997

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CD-ROM
Teaching
Animation
Personal computers
Curricula
Information systems
Computer systems

Citation

Nicholson, A. (1997, September). A model for developing multimedia for teaching and learning. Paper presented at British Educational Research Association (BERA) Annual Conference 1997, University of York, England.

Keywords

  • Multimedia
  • Technology
  • Learning