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This presentation will show a variety of multimedia design principles based on the latest research findings. Using Kaltura as the multimedia environment, effective examples will be contrasted with non-examples that demonstrate basic design principles. Some of the issues include: split-attention, redundancy, signaling, congruity, segmenting, and personalization.
With over 20 years of instructional design experience, Marilyn has incorporated these principles when supporting faculty and when teaching Instructional Technology. As part of a federally funded grant initiative, she led a Multimedia course that partnered faculty with in-service teachers.