1. Leverage multimedia in a creative manner
“Work smart when incorporating multimedia into an educational presentation”, Nicole suggests.
Having your content in multiple formats ensures it is as accessible as possible. For example, you could start creating your course content as a PowerPoint document, including hyperlinks and images to keep students engaged, and once this is done convert the presentation to as many formats as possible! An interactive PDF, a Moodle Book resource, a SCORM package, you name it!
When it comes to the visuals, use images and a cohesive design to represent your unique brand: there are many open source graphic design programs you can use, and freely-usable images you can download and tweak. If you record your own videos, make sure they’re informative and brief to hold your learners’ attention.
To make your videos accessible by all, closed captions or a transcript should also be made available for students with hearing issues.
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