Presentation on theme: "Five Categories of Media"— Presentation transcript:
1Five Categories of Media Web-Based TechnologiesComputer-Managed Learning Systems (non-Internet-Based)Teleconferencing Technologies
2Five Categories of Media (continued) Cable and Broadcast TelevisionVideotaped-Based Instruction
3Computer-Managed Learning Systems (non-Internet-Based)
4Computer-Managed Learning Systems (non-Internet-Based) Include non-Web-based technologies that are supported by a personal computer equipped with a non-recordable disk drive and the appropriate software. These include CD-ROM, presentation software, and digital video disk (DVD). Computer-managed learning systems may be used to support asynchronous learning environments using text, graphics, sound, animation, and video.
5Currently, DVD drives can read both DVD and CD-ROM Currently, DVD drives can read both DVD and CD-ROM . However, the CD-ROM drive cannot read DVD. Digital video disks have the capacity to store larger amounts of data than the CD-ROM disk. These systems provide learner-machine interaction only.There are other applications suitable for this category that are not included in the discussion.
6Computer-Managed Learning Systems CD-ROM (Compact disk read-only memory)Presentation software (example: Microsoft PowerPoint™)Digital Video Disk (DVD)
7Factors to Consider Advantages Accommodates varied learning styles Eliminates geographical limitationsProvides new delivery system capabilitiesReduces material costsProvides flexibility in depth and breadth of information
8Advantages (Continued) Requires educators to evaluate their instructional planningPromotes independent learning (asynchronous)Provides 24 hours a day access to materials
9DisadvantagesRequires participants to have self-discipline, motivation, and ability to manage time effectivelyRequires educators to have adequate writing skills and the ability to adjust to the absence of face-to-face interaction by developing a supportive learning environment
10Instructional Strategies for Incorporating Computer-Managed Learning Systems
11Instructional Strategies Below is a partial listing of instructional strategies and the corresponding computer-managed learning system(s).Self-directed learning (CD-ROM, DVD)Self-paced tutorials (CD-ROM, DVD)Self-study courses ( DVD)