AIL 605 Introduction
Carolyn Jo Starkey
Assistant Professor, Library Education Media
Alabama State University
Copyright 2008-2009 Carolyn Jo Starkey
AIL 605
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Course Description:

The purpose of this course is to prepare the student
with knowledge and skills in modeling, simulation,
testing, or analysis or training in real-world contexts
using interactive multimedia processes.

Course Objectives and Student Outcomes:

  • Apply learning models and design principles to
    design of interactive multimedia programs.
  • Determine appropriate hardware platform,
    authoring tools to use for a given application.
  • Produce a sample of each medium to
    demonstrate its full range of expression.
  • Prepare still and video images for inclusion in
    an interactive multimedia program.
  • Carry out a summative evaluation of an
    interactive multimedia program.
  • Design and produce an interactive multimedia
    application.
  • Development and refinement of production
    skills for use in an instructional context.
  • Development of appropriate forma nd
    placement of navigation elements, continuity
    of informational elements for context,
    availability of help and branching alternatives.
  • Proper use of digital video, CD-ROM, JPEG, GIF,
    Motion JPEG, and QuickTime.
AIL 605
Introduction