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Multimedia is a word that describes the different ways you can use media types to present instruction on the screen. Examples of media include:
a) Graphics b) Video c) Animations d) All of the Above
Multimedia can be used to engage the learner by providing rich and engaging instructional materials.
a) True b) False c) d)
E-learning is any form of learning facilitated by network technologies (i.e., the Internet) which can create, foster, & facilitate learning and instruction anytime/anywhere.
a) True b) False c) d)
The concept of E-learning has roots in postal correspondence courses, starting with Sir Isaac Pitman's 1840 shorthand course.
a) True b) False c) d)
When were computers first used for learning and multimedia?
a) In the late 1850's b) In the early 1900's c) In the late 1950's d) In the early 2000's
Put the following in chronological order:
a) WWW and HTML language, PCs, CD-ROMs b) CD-ROMs, PCs, WWW and HTML language c) WWW and HTML language, CD-ROMs, PC's d) PCs, CD-ROMs, WWW and HTML language
Benefits of e-Learning include:
a) Accessibility b) Self-pacing c) Communication d) All of the above
Most people learn better from hands-on experience and hands-on training.
a) True b) False c) d)
Multimedia can clarify complex information through the implementation of different elements. Multimedia can:
a) Enhance information retention b) Give immediate feedback c) Enhance learning d) All of the above
Development time for e-Learning is significantly less than for conventional classroom training.
a) True b) False c) d)
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