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ERIC Number: ED444502
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 7
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Different Storyboarding Methods in Multimedia Courseware Design.
Liu, Leping
This paper presents a means of storyboarding in multimedia courseware design that uses Microsoft PowerPoint as a storyboarding tool. In six undergraduate and four graduate teacher-education technology classes, students designed multimedia courseware using HyperStudio/ToolBook with three different storyboarding methods--index cards, paper forms, and PowerPoint. The evaluation scores on four criteria--screen display, interaction possibilities, orientation, and navigation--were compared. Repeated measures were used for data analysis. Differences were found among the groups with different storyboarding methods. It was concluded that, for both undergraduate and graduate teacher education students, using PowerPoint as the storyboarding tool will produce better design in a multimedia application. Screen display, interaction, orientation, and navigation designs were significantly higher using PowerPoint than for the designs using index cards or paper forms. Contains 10 references. (MES)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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