Modality & Redundancy

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The Principles of Modality and Redundancy are discussed

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Modality & Redundancy:

Modality & Redundancy Two Principles of Multimedia Presentation By Mark Ellis Edtech 513 Boise State University

Part I – The Modality Principle:

Part I – The Modality Principle

Part I – The Modality Principle:

Part I – The Modality Principle

Part I – The Modality Principle:

Part I – The Modality Principle

PowerPoint Presentation:

Describe or identify modality and redundancy principles.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Describe or identify modality and redundancy principles. Identify the best methods of placing text and graphics into a presentation.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Describe or identify modality and redundancy principles. Identify the best methods of placing text and graphics into a presentation. Explain or identify why combinations of graphics, on screen text and audio work together.

Channel Overload:

Channel Overload

Separate Channels:

Separate Channels

Question Check:

Question Check Presenting text and pictures in a multimedia presentation may produce which result?

Question Check:

Question Check Presenting text and pictures in a multimedia presentation may produce which result? 1. They will combine perfectly together to produce the desired cognitive results.

Question Check:

Question Check Presenting text and pictures in a multimedia presentation may produce which result? 1. They will combine perfectly together to produce the desired cognitive results. 2. They will overload one of the channels of information that is sent to the learner.

Question Check:

Question Check Presenting text and pictures together in a multimedia presentation may produce which result? 1. They will combine perfectly together to produce the desired cognitive results. 2. They will overload one of the channels of information that is sent to the learner. 3. The learner will remember only the pictures

Question Check:

Question Check Presenting text and pictures together in a multimedia presentation may produce which result? 1. They will combine perfectly together to produce the desired cognitive results. 2. They will overload one of the channels of information that is sent to the learner. 3. The learner will remember only the pictures

Channel Overload:

Channel Overload

The Redundancy Principle:

The Redundancy Principle

Review Questions:

Review Questions What would be the best time to use on screen text and audio together?

Review Questions:

Review Questions What would be the best time to use on screen text and audio together? When presenting complex problems or ideas that need reinforcement.

Review Questions:

Review Questions What would be the best time to use on screen text and audio together? When presenting complex problems or ideas that need reinforcement. When showing a picture of an animal

Review Questions:

Review Questions What would be the best time to use on screen text and audio together? When presenting complex problems or ideas that need reinforcement. When showing a picture of an animal. Separately one after the other.

Review Questions:

Review Questions What would be the best time to use on screen text and audio together? When presenting complex problems or ideas that need reinforcement. When showing a picture of an animal. Separately one after the other.

Review Questions:

Review Questions What is the best way to describe the Redundancy Principle?

Review Questions:

Review Questions What is the best way to describe the Redundancy Principle? The use of pictures and text together at the same time.

Review Questions:

Review Questions What is the best way to describe the Redundancy Principle? The use of pictures and text together at the same time. The use of several pictures together to present an idea.

Review Questions:

Review Questions What is the best way to describe the Redundancy Principle? The use of pictures and text together at the same time. The use of several pictures together to present an idea. The use of text and audio at the same time.

Review Questions:

Review Questions What is the best way to describe the Redundancy Principle? The use of pictures and text together at the same time. The use of several pictures together to present an idea. The use of text and audio at the same time.

Resources:

Resources Clark, R.C., & Mayer, R.E.(2008) e-Learning and the Science of Instruction (2nd ed ). San Fransisco : Pfeiffer Mayer, R.E., Moreno, R., (1998). A split attention effect in multimedia learning: Evidence for dual coding hypothesis. Journal of Educational Psychology

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