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Skill development in Multimedia Based Learning Environment in Higher Education: An Operational Model

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Author(s) M I Jawid Nazir, Aftab Haider Rizvi, Ramachandra V Pujeri
On Pages 820-828
Volume No. 2
Issue No. 11
Issue Date November, 2012
Publishing Date November, 2012
Keywords Multimedia based education, skill development, Multimedia Based Learning, and student performance



Abstract

“A picture is worth more than thousand words” refers to the impression that a complex concept can be conveyed with just a single image. Multimedia-based education is a combination of interactive / non-interactive learning material with a stimulating, coherent graphics, video and animated components. When education is creative, problem based, interactive, and target based, learners always interested in learning. Such learning environment could be provided by means of Multimedia based Education. An ineffective learning environment could be witnessed if instructions are designed without considering the multimedia principles. A research is required to identify the elements and structure, which can help the learner to increase the skill level, reduce the learning time and improve the performance of a learner. This study has been conducted in 12 universities where instruction and assessments were conducted in multimedia environment. The student’s responses are recorded and factors are highlighted after using mathematical rules. An operational model has been suggested incorporating all the factors to enhance overall academic performance of a student.

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