Audio can emphasize key points that might be missed in a textual presentation.
- ENG511: Faculty Introduction
Music can either provide a mood for a course or can be used as instructional content. Music examples can fulfill learning objectives.
- SPA102: Music
Video can help demonstrate a concept or give a more tangible connection to course information.
Slide shows present a series of images in chronological or topical order, and they work best when detailed captions or voiced narration are included. Slide shows are often an excellent substitute for video because they can convey multiple images in files that are smaller than video files, which results in shorter downloading times for students.
Specialized, long term media projects
Custom media projects have the potential to convey and illustrate ideas in nearly unlimited ways. At the e-Learning Center, we can assist instructors with enhancements to courses. We can help translate ideas and develop exciting media solutions that engage and involve students. We will help create the best solution for classes or departments.
- ENG533: Family Tree
- ARH344: Art History Image Zoom
- HUM395: Timeline
- ID101: Diagram
- CENE150: Animated Sequence
- BIO320: Lipoprotein Transport Animation
Media Creation Timeframe
- Standard course graphic creation — 3 month lead time
- Specialized graphics and other media creation
- when our schedule permits and content is instructionally relevant
- consider applying for e-Learning mini-grant for large project support
Creative Design Group Contacts* denotes primary contact
|Ken Grett||Kenneth.Grett@nau.edu||+1 928 523-7879|
|Micah Hunter||Micah.Hunter@nau.edu||+1 928 523-4381|
|Stephanie McCarthy||Stephanie.McCarthy@nau.edu||+1 928 523-8997|
|Jeanette Roe||Jeanette.Roe@nau.edu||+1 928 523-1208|