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Multimedia–based Instructional Design. Computer–based Training, Web–based Training, Distance Broadcast Training, Performance–based Solutions. 2nd Edition

  • ID: 2212908
  • Book
  • April 2012
  • 488 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
A New Edition of the Book that Turned the Training World Upside Down

Just as the groundbreaking first edition of Multimedia–Based Instructional Design offered a complete guide to designing and developing interactive multimedia training, the second edition is filled with relevant new content, automated tools on the erb site, updates on standards, and current case studies and demonstrations.

Praise for the second edition of Multimedia–Based Instructional Design

"Finally, the book I have longed for is on the shelf! The second edition of Multimedia–Based Instructional Design, by William W. Lee and Diana L. Owens, is strong on practice, grounded in proven theoretical principles, and chock–full of automated tools that make the instructional design process easy to learn and easy to apply."
Angela Benson, assistant professor, Department of Human Resource Education, University of Illinois, Urbana–Champaign

"There are many books about the development of e–Learning but very few that answer the question ′How do I do it?′ This book provides many answers to that question in a way that demonstrates both the authors knowledge of development theory as well as their practical, real–world mastery."
Thomas Toth, Certified Macromedia MX 2004 Developer; author, Technology for Trainers; and e–Learning designer and developer

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List of Figures and Tables xiii

Acknowledgments xvii

Introduction: Getting the Most from This Resource xix

PART ONE Multimedia Needs Assessment and Analysis 1

1 Introduction to Multimedia Needs Assessment and Front–End Analysis 3

2 Needs Assessment 6

3 Front–End Analysis 15

4 Audience Analysis 18

5 Technology Analysis 22

6 Situational Analysis 28

7 Task Analysis 31

8 Critical Incident Analysis 36

9 Issue Analysis 39

10 Objective Analysis 42

11 Media Analysis 55

12 Extant Data Analysis 73

13 Cost Analysis 77

14 Rapid Analysis Method 81

PART TWO Multimedia Instructional Design 91

15 Introduction to Multimedia Instructional Design 93

16 Project Schedule 104

17 Project Team 109

18 Media Specifications 116

19 Content Structure 129

20 Configuration Control 153

PART THREE Multimedia Development and Implementation 159

21 Introduction to Multimedia Development 161

22 Common Development Components 171

23 Developing Computer–Based Learning Environments 181

24 Developing Internet, Intranet, Web–Based, and Performance Support Learning Environments 190

25 Developing Interactive Distance Broadcast Environments 214

PART FOUR Multimedia Evaluation 221

26 Introduction to Multimedia Evaluation 223

27 Purpose of Evaluation 227

28 Evaluation Strategy 232

29 Evaluation Plan 235

30 Measures of Validity 245

31 Instrument Development 252

32 Collecting and Analyzing Data 265

APPENDIX A Project Management and Xegy Case Studies 269

APPENDIX B Assessment and Analysis 286

APPENDIX C Development and Implementation 319

APPENDIX D Evaluation 322

APPENDIX E Tools 342

References 429

Index 433

About the Authors 443

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William W. Lee
Diana L. Owens
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