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E-Learning is a class that is designed to introduce you to the concepts and theories of educational multimedia, including distance education theory. Working with an external ‘client/teacher’ you will identify an educational need where multimedia is the appropriate solution. You will generate a project proposal that outlines the necessary educational multimedia approach based on your client's needs.

This class is offered to both undergraduate and postgraduate students studying multimedia at Staffordshire University.

October 10-19 is the Online Learning Exercise with Purdue University Learning Systems Design students. Full Details of the exercise can be found: http://www.mystery-productions.com/elearning/exercise.html


Multimedia for Learning: Methods and Development
Alessi, S.M. and Trollip, S. R. (2001), Allyn & Bacon
ISBN: 0-205-2769-1

Multimedia for Learning text

E-moderating: The Key to Teaching and Learning Online
Gilly Salmon, (2004) Routledge Falmer
ISBN: 0415335442

E-tivities: The Key to Active Online Learning
Gilly Salmon, (2002) Routledge Falmer,
ISBN: 0749431105

E Moderating textE tivities text

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