Assess It

Work in progress — please contribute!

Assessing Learning Resources

Basic principles that underlie effective learning - distilled from research across a variety of disciplines.
  • Developing Multimedia for Learning
    Richard Mayer - Professor of Psychology- University of California and researcher in cognitive sciences and multimedia. His presentation slides for a Summer Instructional Development Institute 2013. Offers research based principles to guide the development of a multimedia project and some interesting examples and models to consider.

Assessing Student Contributions

Questions to ask yourself:

  • How am I assessing the impact of my resource on learning?
  • How am I assessing student multimedia projects?

4 responses to “Assess It”

  1. alamalsyana

    Great post, thanks for sharing.
    شركة تنظيف مكيفات بالرياض

  2. getting over it

    The information you shared is very accurate, it gives me the knowledge that I need to learn. Thank you for sharing this useful information.

  3. Orenwe

    Engage in friendly competition with Heardle multiplayer mode, where you can challenge your friends to see who can decipher the word puzzle the fastest. It’s a social experience that adds an extra layer of enjoyment.

  4. Cabmus

    The inclusion of UBC’s Design Principles, Carnegie-Mellon’s Principles of Learning, Cracker Barrel Front Porch and Richard Mayer’s research-based principles offers a solid foundation for evaluating the quality and effectiveness of multimedia content.

Leave a Reply