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EDFN 528 Instructional Media Development Strauss Computer Lab 356, Spring Semester 2005 528-A-01-.ppt One Volunteer Needed Introduction Syllabus and Policies Handout for Assignment
Michael Beutner Associate Professor, Instructional Technology “boy” + “tner” Office: 342-3142 Office: Strauss 206 (203) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website for class: http://ulm.edu/~beutner/528/ Office hours Course files
Description This course prepares you to design and produce print/Web educational content. 1. This course is “hands-on” and assumes basic knowledge with computers. This course is designed to be as practical and useful as possible.
Course Goals You will be able to integrate and apply educational content in applications like: online tutorials presentations slideshows interactive guides print-based media 2.
What You’ll Need You will need approximately 10 megabytes of permanent and secure storage space for files. 3. Recommended: a USB memory device. Don’t use floppy disks!
Class Policies (Part A) 4. Never panic. Just try something. Work cooperatively, whenever possible. Never give up. You are not alone. Read the syllabus. Keep it handy.
Class Policies (Part B) No book is required. 4. You are responsible for your own work. Never copy and use content as your own. You are responsible for storing your files.
Finally… 5. Do all your work on time. No credit for late unexcused assignments. Late excused work is due within a week. Problem? Contact your instructor!
EDFN 528 Michael Beutner, Associate Professor, Instructional Technology Office: Strauss Hall 206 (203) Email : email@example.com Subject: EDFN 528 FirstName LastName, MessageSubject Class Web Site: http://www.ulm.edu/~beutner/528/ Activity 1: Draft Interview Notes 1.Interview a classmate. Describe your classmate’s professional, educational, or personal interests. Describe your classmate’s interest in developing content. Describe something about your classmate that you think is interesting. 2. On the desktop, create a folder called TEMP STORAGE. 3. Inside of TEMP STORAGE, create a folder called YourFirstName-YourLastName Folder 01 4.Inside of this new folder, use Mozilla Composer to create an HTML document (or “web page”) called YourFirstName-YourLastName-Activity-01.html 5. Create an appropriate title with an appropriately sized font, centered, and bold. 6. Create an “internal page title” called:: YourFirstName YourLastName EDFN 528, Spring 2005, Activity 1 7. Use an appropriate format for the body of the text. 8.Type up your interview notes as a very rough draft. (This will not be graded!) Then, save the file in your folder. 9. Take a picture of your classmate with the digital camera. Save the digital image to your folder. 10. Expect to use and edit these files to create an introduction of your classmate.