INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA AND DESIGN TECHNIQUES
Course level: "Graduate"
"This course examines various types of electronic media used in the development of instructional design projects. Students explore the principles of instructional media design and their applications in content delivery, differentiating instruction, improving student engagement, and enhancing student learning. An emphasis is placed on identifying appropriate media formats and technologies that are purposeful in facilitating learning in multiple environments. Competencies: Examine instructional media principles and their applications to instructional design. Incorporate multimedia principles in the development of an instructional design project. Analyze the delivery of a variety of instructional media sources. Identify appropriate media formats and technologies to facilitate learning in multiple modalities. Investigate issues and trends in the field of instructional media and design."
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What you'll learn
What you’ll learn