What Makes Multimedia Learning So Impactful? Revisiting Multimedia Learning Theory – Part 1: The Basics
In a previous post, we discussed how using audio and visual elements strategically in learning design can be tremendously impactful. Multimedia instruction is not new, and for many decades, learning designers around the world have been using multimedia to create dynamic and engaging learning experiences….
Social Distance and Learner Closeness – Impactful Learning in a COVID-19 World
We’ve all witnessed profound and swift changes to our lives and to our businesses due to the pandemic. But one thing we’ve seen is that the need for communication and learning has continued – and in some cases even increased – and that engagement with…
Is Flash Really Dead??? And What’s a Learning Department to Do About It?
It’s now more than seven years since Steve Jobs made the case that Flash was an outdated web technology and would not be supported on Apple iOS devices. Over the past year, companies like Google, Facebook and others have begun blocking Flash from their browsers…
Universal Design for Learning
Posted by Jean Marrapodi on Thu, 12/08/2016 – 13:25 Have you ever dragged your suitcase up a ramp to avoid schlepping it up the stairs? Ridden an elevator rather than exercise your way up six flights? Opened a door with your elbow? If you have, you’ve leveraged…
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