Course Description

Multimedia can stimulate more than one sense at a time, and in doing so, may be more attention-getting and attention-holding in the classroom. This course introduces a variety of multimedia tools, explores their uses, and offers the opportunity to create resources for immediate use in your classroom.  For more information, please see the course brochure.

Course Objectives

  1. define terminology related to various multimedia/software tools
  2. compare and contract features within various multimedia/software tools and identify pros and cons of using them in the classroom
  3. review and evaluate examples of products created using various multimedia/software tools
  4. create instructionally relevant products using various multimedia/software tools that are aligned to your curriculum
  5. identify ways to incorporate various multimedia/software tools into the classroom
  6. develop a lesson plan aligned to your curriculum that encourages student use of one or more multimedia/software tools
  7. correctly cite media resources utilizing copyright and fair use standards to evaluate whether a resource can be legally used

Prerequisites

  • None

Enrollment

  • Registration is open and will continue until September 22, 2014
  • All registration material, including fees, must be received by 4:00 p.m. on September 22, 2014
  • The course will be available online beginning September 15, 2014
  • All course work must be completed by December 12, 2014
  • Enrollment is limited

Cost

  • Tuition cost is $305 per student. All checks/money orders should be made payable to RESA III.
  • No credit card payments accepted.
  • No refunds of tuition and fees will be made after the last date of registration, September 22, 2014..

Grading

  • Grades will be reported as Credit/No Credit.

Application Process