Enriching Your Online Course Content: Selecting or Designing Media Elements

Seminar Date: November 19, 2013 at 10:30am

Abstract

It is easier than ever before to include existing media and to create your own media for online course content. Photos, infographics, charts, illustrations, icons! Demos, screencasts, events, interviews! Webcams, smartphones, YouTube, and Flickr! Possibilities abound for enriching online course content with media that contribute to understanding, captivate attention, or increase retention. In this session rich with examples, presenters will share principles for making wise choices about how to best include media for the greatest benefit and the least amount of hassle.


Presenters

Amy Gregory, Ph.D.

Carolyn A. Massiah, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Food Service & Lodging Management
Rosen College of Hospitality Management
University of Central Florida

With over twenty five years of industry experience, Dr. Amy Gregory strives to address real world applicability and higher levels of cognitive learning in the design of her online courses. Dr. Gregory has worked with professional media producers and has selected from existing media sources to support her students’ learning with concrete examples and scenarios.

Sue Bauer

SueBauer_5224Instructional Designer
Center for Distributed Learning
University of Central Florida

Sue Bauer has worked with hundreds of UCF faculty to build effective online courses over the past thirteen years. She is experienced in selecting and designing media elements that support student learning outcomes.


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