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Some ideas about multimedia animations widely supported by research.

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Some ideas about multimedia animations widely supported by research.

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  1. Some ideas about multimediaanimations widely supported by research. Animation is primarily utilized in two forms: First, it serves to illustrate dynamic systems where conditions change over time. Second, it serves as a means for the learners to interact with content. What this means for instruction: Illustrations such as animated GIFs that are not related to content probably detract from relaying the content of a presentation or site.

  2. Some ideas about multimediaanimations widely supported by research. Animation is difficult and time consuming. What this means for instruction: Animations should be carefully considered before a teacher spends the time to create them. Teachers should carefully review the need for an animation rather than animate solely for the sake of animation.

  3. Some ideas about multimediaanimations widely supported by research. Animations have the ability to draw tremendous attention away from the content of the presentation. What this means for instruction: Poorly created animations can detract from learning.

  4. Some ideas about multimediaanimations widely supported by research. Animations have the ability to draw tremendous attention away from the content of the presentation. What this means for instruction: Animations not related to the content of a presentation can actually decrease recall of content information. In other words, learners can know less about content after viewing it than they knew prior to interacting with the presentation.

  5. Some ideas about multimediaanimations widely supported by research. Animations designed to show changes in conditions over time are positively correlated with reproduction of the presented content in conditions outside the original presentation. What this means for instruction: Showing a change in condition, for example the workings of a hydraulic pump, through animation, may help students reproduce the information in settings outside the classroom.