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Creating Multimedia That Works for Learning

Session Overview

This video was part of the July 2020 REMOTE: The Connected Faculty Summit

Leveraging research on multimedia for learning and active learning, a curated set of best practices for creating and using multimedia for learning will be shared, including good use cases for instructional video, a heuristic/checklist for evaluating multimedia for learning, and concrete examples of good uses of instructional video.


Judy Brooks

Director, EdTech & Design, Eberly Center for Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation, Carnegie Mellon University

Judy Brooks is the Director of EdTech & Design at the Eberly Center, Carnegie Mellon University. Judy consults with faculty who want to design and use educational technology, and/or study its effectiveness. Judy directs a diverse team of Learning Engineers, Software Engineers, Multimedia Designers, and Technology Consultants who support CMU’s Technology-Enhanced Learning initiatives. Judy has a long history of designing learning environments, dashboards, and interactive tools; and has a Master of Design degree from Carnegie Mellon University, School of Design.