Assignment 4: Multimedia Design

Hi everyone. The attached video was developed to provide a guide to laptop buyers. It consists of a list of features that laptop buyer must check before buying a laptop. https://www.canva.com/design/DAExfAltuCM/share/preview?token=3n5c7xj7w0h4t-d2IrLHCA&role=EDITOR&utm_content=DAExfAltuCM&utm_campaign=designshare&utm_medium=link&utm_source=sharebutton The multimedia principles and learning theories present This is… Continue Reading →

Blog Post #8: Augmented Reality

AR application to multi-media teaching Augmented Reality (AR) is a technology that uses a technological device to convert imaginations into virtual images. In multimedia teaching, augmented reality converts digital content into the physical world to make teachers and learners visualize… Continue Reading →


Infographic is a form of multimedia that uses multimedia techniques to improve learning. In Blog 3: Multimedia Learning Objects and Artifacts, I designed an infographic about digital learning. The blog included a few details, augmented with a few images. In… Continue Reading →

Week 5 Blog Comment

TSANGWAIKIT I agree that sketch noting is a quicker and more efficient way of taking notes. I also agree that it helps learners to visualize the learning content while taking notes. I would put it like this; sketch noting is… Continue Reading →

Blog 5: Evaluating Multimedia

The SAMR Model Although multimedia learning can help students to learn better, instructors need to monitor its use using an appropriate evaluation model. The Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition (SAMR) Model is one of those models that were explained during week… Continue Reading →

Blog 4: Multimedia Design for Learning

This week involved an exclusive coverage of multimedia learning theory. The dual coding concept is very essential in learning because using different multimedia such as visuals with writing or narration with writing helps to improve knowledge retention. The important principles… Continue Reading →

Blog 3: Multimedia Learning Objects and Artifacts

Topic 4 blog is about multimedia learning using objects and artifacts. During this week’s activities, I learned how to use canvas tools to develop infographics and posters. Exposure to instructional design is essential for developing teaching content using multimedia. Using… Continue Reading →

Blog 2: Learning through Multimedia and Interactive Learning

In this class, my expectation for a highly interactive class was met. I was eager to know how multimedia and interactive learning differs from usual learning. During the class, I learned that multimedia learning content is recognized by the presence… Continue Reading →


Part1 Throughout the course, I have a deep understanding of distributed and open education. I am touched that we, who are in the epidemic, can get the usual education even at home. Through Jordan, K. & Weller, M.’s Openness and… Continue Reading →

Updated version of the post (Topic 2)

After reading the two resources, I found that both distributed and open learning involve e-learning. As the times change, science and technology are becoming more and more advanced. When we were in a pandemic, the original offline education model had… Continue Reading →

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