Multimedia Learning Designs: Using Authentic Learning Interactions in Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
Mike Keppell (Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong), Jane Gunn (The University of Melbourne, Australia), Kelsey Hegarty (The University of Melbourne, Australia), Vivienne O’Conner (The University of Queensland, Australia), Ngaire Kerse (University of Auckland, New Zealand), Karen Kan (The University of Melbourne, Australia) and Louise B. Messer (The University of Melbourne, Australia)
Copyright: © 2005
This chapter describes the learning design of two multimedia modules which complement a problem-based learning health sciences curriculum. The use of student-centered, authentic learning design frameworks guide academics and instructional designers in the creative pedagogical design of learning resources. The chapter describes the educational context, learning design of two multimedia modules and suggests a number of strategies for improving the design and development of multimedia resources.