Oh my Llog! – Alberto Ramírez Martinell

January 6, 2006

Running Order

Filed under: Research, Video — armartinell @ 1:14 am

In Developing Multimedia Interfaces from Old Production Resources, Mike O’Donoghue speaks about his experience in producing educational broadcast television and the reasons that motivated him to make use of the Running Order (RO) as a key element in the conversion of a simple traditional lecture presentation into a web-based lecture enriched with video streaming. The lecture was desigend, produced and tested, and after analysing the feedback from the students who attended to the lecture blended with video and slides, they decided to adapt the concept of RO to a web-cast environment. Based on Mayer’s theories, it was concluded that there were too many elements for the viewers. They came to an environment like the one presented on top. A section area (left) with the talking head and the credits, a middle column with the index of the slides and a big section with the slides.

Mike O’Donoghue concludes the article reflecting on the adventure he has undertaken from curiosity to investigate the potential of live web- casting for educational purposes.

Alberto Ramírez Martinell

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