MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION
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WELCOME

This course was originally designed in 1997 for students constructing their first multimedia project using Hyperstudio. If this is your first multimedia project, you're in for a great adventure!

Click here if you need an overview on how to navigate through the course.


TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

You should have a minimum of a PC PII 200 MHz or a MAC 140 Mhz computer with an Internet connection. A 28K modem will work but a 56K connection or higher is highly recommended.

You will need to have the following plug-ins installed in your Web browser. You can download and install them by clicking on the icon and following the directions that will appear.
 
 
 
 


COURSE CONTENT BY MODULE

The arrow icons on the top of each module page will allow you to move on to the next section, or you can click the index icon to return here to the main index. 

From the table below, you can select a specific module or its specific elements, or other resources.
 
 

MODULE  SUMMARY ELEMENTS STATUS
1-A
New media
An introduction to new media with an emphasis on Internet development.  various resources and links
audio clips
active
1-B
Introduction to multimedia
An introduction to the concepts and use of multimedia.  various resources and links
Quicktime video
active
2
Introduction to Hyperstudio
You will be introduced to the Hyperstudio program.  various resources and links
multimedia
active
3
Planning your first multimedia program
Begin to develop your plan and storyboard.  various resources and links
storyboard cards (Word)
active
4
Understanding and working with images
Students will understand the various requirements for using multimedia images. See  various resources and links active
5
Understanding and working with digital audio
An introduction to digital audio.  various resources and links
audio clips
active
6
Using audio in Hyperstudio
Effectively producing and using audio in Hyperstudio. various resources and links active
7
Using digital video
A basic introduction to digital video. various resources and links active
Contact the author I would be happy to hear from you! . .

Michael Shaw, 1997, 2001