How to Use Images for Instruction What are images? Graphics Visuals Pie Charts IMAGES Video graphs Photographs ANIMATIONS Illustrations Are you creating online content? Do you want to convey instructional messages with text and graphics ?
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How to Use Images for Instruction
Do you want to convey instructional messages with text and graphics?
Are you using graphics to liven up your content?
Is it easy to utilize graphics?
“People learn better from graphics and words than from words alone.”
“You can help people learn better if you include properly designed graphics in instructional presentations.”
-Richard E. Mayer
“Often graphics in instructional materials are afterthoughts used to add visual interest to the page or screen.”
-Ruth Colvin Clark & Chopeta Lyons
All ICU personnel should be familiar with this device and practice with it prior to a difficult airway situation. Knowledge of situations for which the Combitube should be considered, and those in which it is contraindicated, is imperative.
Harp & Mayer found that visuals and text that were topically related to the lesson but extraneous to the lesson goal depressed learning.
Mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, an important component of CPR, is performed by maintaining the head tilt/chin lift and making an airtight seal against the victim's mouth, shown in Figure 4. Alternatively, mouth-to-nose and mouth-to-stoma resuscitation can be performed where appropriate. This form of ventilation can be performed without chest compressions when a palpable carotid pulse is felt without evidence of respiration. (Adapted from American Heart Association [ref]; with permission.)
Figure 4 Head tilt chin lift.
Figure 5 Control of Respiration
by Herbert Spencer
by Herbert Spencer
Microsoft Office 2003
Comes with a copy of Picture Manager
Office Tools>Microsoft Office Picture
Using the picture shortcut pane1:09
Cropping a picture 1:29
Resizing a picture 1:23
An animated tutorial may be found in ANGEL help.
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Ruth Colvin Clark and Chopeta Lyons
Jill Ducey, M.Ed.
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