Multimedia Learning: The Research, My Practice

Kazim Bacchus Research Seminar

February 28, 2020
3:00 pm-4:30 pm | Karachi

Institute for Educational Development

Do you find yourself wondering if you should focus on the printed text, accompanying illustration or the spoken word when you are learning something? People learn more deeply from words and graphics than from words alone. However, this requires the design of multimedia instruction that is consistent with how the human brain works.

In this online seminar, Afroza Nanji, an educational researcher and learning designer, will help participants explore cognitive demands on learners during multimedia instruction along with evidence-based principles that can guide the design of effective learning experiences. Participants will gain understanding of techniques and best practices, and their underlying rationale.

Facilitator
Afroza Nanji
Educational Researcher and Learning Designer

Who can attend?
Teachers, teacher educators, academic coordinators, e-learning and blended-learning facilitators, lecturers, faculty of higher education institutions and graduate students

Register now!
Click here to register for the seminar. Entry is free.

C O N T A C T

Research & Policy Studies Unit
AKU's Institute for Educational Development
Tel: 021 36347611-4
Ext: 8646-8562
Email: ied.raps@aku.edu