For a detailed outline of The Center for Teaching & Learning's production capabilities, please visit Media Production.
- Captivate/Camtasia: Ideal for helping students explore software, Captivate/Camtasia helps when demonstrating how to navigate programs. Captivate/Camtasia can be combined with web/text-based tutorials to make an even greater impact.
Example: Training Tutorials & Resources
Click on any Animated Demonstration link.
- PowerPoint: This presentation software is idyllic for outlining the highlights of a subject. It can be combined with face-to-face classroom curricula or posted on the web.
- Web: As a base, the web can serve as the core to curriculum pieces which also use other forms of media such as video, audio, RoboDemo or, or PowerPoint.
Example: Completing Your Dissertation
by the School of Psychology & Counseling
- Flash: Flash can be used in multiple ways; either in a module by itself, or in conjunction with a web page.
Example: Useless Eaters by the School of Education
- Simulations: The chance to practice a skill in a safe environment is invaluable. Simulations provide students with an opportunity to test their capabilities before performing outside the classroom.
Example: The Business Strategy Game: a simulated business model which gives students the chance to manage virtual companies
- Drills: This media is ideal when content needs to be memorized.
Example: World Religions Electronic Flashcards
- To organize and clarify complex issues
- To guide students through a process
- To engage learners who are aurally, visually, and kinesthetically oriented
- To enhance student involvement and interaction