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DoMedia is a complete training solution for tutors to learn the fundamentals of planning, designing and developing effective media‑based learning modules that can be incorporated in a range of delivery modalities. Users are taken from the basics to competency in producing successful media-based products that convey information with confidence and clarity.

Staff that participated in the project demonstrated a clearer understanding of the process and improved their skills and enhanced their confidence. Feedback from learners was positive with 100% reporting that the videos were helpful or very helpful.

Final report

  • Improve skills in designing, capturing and editing videos;
  • Develop media for learning;
  • Deliver eLearning workshops using media to support training.

Westminster Adult Education Service | LfuturesWatch this brief introduction to the DoMedia course and individual learning modules.

“The learners really like seeing something with media, which they find less boring. I am now considering turning all my PowerPoints into media, which will be more exciting for my learners. “

Tutor, Cohort 2

Westminster Adult Education Service | LfuturesDive straight into DoMedia, or sample this video from Unit 2 demonstrating the use of video techniques using iOS devices.

DoMedia

Username: domedia
Password: Media2015

The DoMedia course (link above) comprises six units with a friendly quiz at the end of each:

Unit 1: Let’s get started Unit 2: iOS – Recording with mobile devices Unit 3: iOS – iMovie on iPad Unit 4: Mac – Editing with iMovie Unit 5: Mac – Graphics and animations with Keynote

Unit 6: Windows – Working with PowerPoint and Office Mix

Import the zip file into a new course on your Moodle 2.7 site. The learning resources are video-based, hosted on YouTube, and can be accessed from the links on DoMedia course on Moodle.

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