Presented by Jack Koumi
Jack Koumi has been involved in the production of educational media for just over 45 years. He has worked for the BBC Open University where he produced programmes in Mathematics, Science, Teacher Training. and Media Design. He has written numerous articles on the effective use of media and as a freelance consultant he has conducted over 60 workshops and consultancies on educational media design, in 36 countries.
He is also the author of the book “Designing Video and Multimedia for Open and Flexible Learning” and his latest publication, “Learning outcomes afforded by self-assessed, segmented video–print combinations” is available from
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The paper first discusses the learning outcomes afforded through video alone, then through print alone, and finally through three versions of video–print combinations. All three versions include self-assessment questions after each segment. The learning outcomes for each version are categorised using the Revision of Bloom’s Learning Taxonomy. This all assumes that the video is well-designed and its presentational attributes are fully exploited, as elaborated in the paper.
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