Digital Imagery and Informational Graphics in E-Learning: Maximizing Visual Technologies: Maximizing Visual Technologies
IGI Global, Nov 30, 2009 - Computers - 348 pages
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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Visual Literacy in ELearningInstructional Design
The Applied Roles ofGraphics in ELearning
Types of Graphics in ELearning
Information andVisualization Imagery
Capturing and Authoring Toolsfor Graphics in ELearning
Procedures for Creating QualityImagery for ELearning
Building Interactive andImmersive Imagery
Collaborative Image Creation