Digital Imagery and Informational Graphics in E-Learning: Maximizing Visual Technologies: Maximizing Visual Technologies

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Hai-Jew, Shalin
IGI Global, Nov 30, 2009 - Computers - 348 pages
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E-learning has evolved with numerous IT-enabled affordances, including many that involve digital imagery and informational graphics. Not only are traditional images like drawings, blueprints, and photos widely used in e-learning, but also many new graphics have become useful learning aids.

Digital Imagery and Informational Graphics in E-Learning: Maximizing Visual Technologies offers useful methods for creating digital imagery as well as leading pedagogical theories and research on the implementation of inherited images. This advanced publication features applied, hands-on strategies related to capturing and authoring tools used to acquire and create graphics.

 

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Contents

Re Imagery in ELearning
1
Visual Literacy in ELearningInstructional Design
15
The Applied Roles ofGraphics in ELearning
35
Types of Graphics in ELearning
67
Information andVisualization Imagery
89
Capturing and Authoring Toolsfor Graphics in ELearning
118
Procedures for Creating QualityImagery for ELearning
142
Building Interactive andImmersive Imagery
169
Effectively IntegratingGraphics into ELearning
221
The Storage and Accessof ELearning Visuals
240
Designing InformationalGraphics for a GlobalMultiCultural Context
267
Applied Ethics forDigital Imagery
288
Future Digital Imagery
312
About the Contributors
324
Index
326
Copyright

Collaborative Image Creation
201

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Shalin Hai-Jew works as an instructional designer at Kansas State University (K-State); she teaches from a distance for WashingtonOnline (WAOL). She has taught at the university and college levels for many years (including four years in the People’s Republic of China) and was tenured at Shoreline Community College but left tenure to pursue instructional design work. She has Bachelor’s degrees in English and psychology, a Master’s degree in Creative Writing from the University of Washington (Hugh Paradise Scholar), and an Ed.D in Educational Leadership with a focus on public administration from Seattle University (where she was a Morford Scholar). She reviews for several publications — Educause Review Online and MERLOT’s Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, and is editor of several IGI Global titles. Dr. Hai-Jew was born in Huntsville, Alabama, in the U.S. [Editor]

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