Macquarie University
Create video, audio and infographics for online learning
Macquarie University

Create video, audio and infographics for online learning

This course is part of Online Learning Design for Educators Specialization

Taught in English

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A/Professor Iain Hay
Billy Bruce
Jada Bennett

Instructors: A/Professor Iain Hay

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19 hours (approximately)
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10 quizzes

Course

Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

4.7

(79 reviews)

Beginner level

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19 hours (approximately)
Flexible schedule
Learn at your own pace

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There are 5 modules in this course

Welcome to week 1! It is important to consider some design parameters before you start to create your own multimodal learning objects. This week, we’ll explore four key principle that will inform the design of the learning sequence in which your learning objects will sit. They are; time, space, purpose and the online instructor's role. We'll also explore the 'rapid-design process' and provide you with some tools and techniques for the weeks of multimodal learning object creation ahead. Get ready to design and create you very own multimodal text types!

What's included

5 videos8 readings2 quizzes1 discussion prompt

Welcome to week 2! This week you will be given the opportunity to design and build your own infographic. Infographics can add real value to an online course when designed, developed and implemented well. As you will discover this week, there are many advantages of incorporating infographics into your own online course. We'd argue that infographics work best if they are paired with a 'friend'. What do we mean by this? Continue on to learn more!

What's included

3 videos9 readings2 quizzes

Welcome to Week 3! Audio resources and educational podcasts are growing in popularity. Do you listen to podcasts or e-books? This week we dive into audio text type creation. Creating your own podcast can be fun and simple. This week you will have the chance to listen to some experienced podcasters who have created their own podcasts specifically for their learners.

What's included

3 videos9 readings2 quizzes

Welcome to week 4! Visual storytelling can help make complex stories easier to understand and, as a result, deliver a more impactful message. That is the power of video, as you will discover this week when you create your own video. Creating a powerful instructional video learning resource is a time consuming and intensive process. This week we'll share some tips and tricks with you that will save you time and energy when you make your own instructional videos. Lights! Camera! Action!

What's included

4 videos5 readings2 quizzes

Welcome to week 5! We hope that you've enjoyed designing and creating your own learning objects. Now it's time to prototype and iterate the three learning objects you've made so far. To improve our learning objects we can ask our friends and colleagues for feedback. This week we will focus on the importance of both providing and receiving effective feedback, and share with you a structured way to give and receive meaningful and constructive feedback, which is called the 'critical friend protocol'.

What's included

4 videos6 readings2 quizzes

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4.6 (25 ratings)
A/Professor Iain Hay
Macquarie University
8 Courses140,196 learners
Billy Bruce
Macquarie University
3 Courses17,440 learners

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