Multimedia skills and applications

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About. Learning outcomes
The Practitioner Research Cycle
Course information
Course schedule
Face-to face event
Post-event activities
Working with learners
Shared knowledge
Evaluation

Pedagogical content. This course explores the stages in the development of a multimedia product from client brief to final delivery. It is relevant to all IT and ICT(i) courses at Key Stages 4 and 5 that include website and web page creation, and use of multimedia. (edit)

Resource details
Title Multimedia skills and applications
Topic Multimedia
Learning Objectives

At the completion of this course, students should be able to demonstrate the following outcomes:
Professional and reflective practitioner skills
* An understanding of the processes involved in the development of a multimedia product from client brief through to delivery,
* To critically consider and discuss the areas where learners have most difficulty, including scoping and evaluation, and how these can be supported by use of learning resources from e-skills UK.
Practical skills
* To develop a simple project plan from a suitably detailed client brief,
* To work with learners to plan and create a multimedia product that includes animation, audio and video,
* To support learners in the evaluation process, including user testing, collecting and analysing feedback, and planning for change.
Knowledge and understanding
* An understanding of the content of learning materials available from e-skills UK and how these can be used with learners to develop multimedia products,
* An understanding of multimedia development in the business world, and how successful development is contingent on detailed client specifications, user and audience research, and design decisions taken during the planning phase.
Cognitive skills
* To critically discuss how employer or client requirements are a key part of providing learners with realistic modelling of multimedia development for a purpose,
* To discuss strategies for supporting learners in gaining confidence in the evaluation phase of multimedia product development through processes of user testing and acceptance of feedback and need for change.

Format / structure

Various online activities.

Subject
Age of students / grade

KS3,  Higher,  Secondary,  KS4,  KS5


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Files and resources to view and download

http://www.vital.ac.uk/community/mod/oucontent/view.php?id=11714. Users must register with the VITAL website (free registration) before they can access the resource.