EPC551 – Important MIPv2 Files

GOAL Statement(s) or Learning Outcomes, Instructional Contents, Drill and Practice Exercises, Tests, Tracking

You are required to improve your MIP v.1 following Dick, Carey & Carey’s approach to sequence your MIP v2 project.

In improving your MIP v.1 project, you MUST also study Gagne’s nine ‘Events of Instruction’ in developing, designing and creating your MIP v2.

Study also the ARCS model by Keller and justify the ‘Attention’, ‘Relevance’, ‘Confidence’ and ‘Satisfaction’ components as described by Keller.

Create all the necessary files and components that are required for your MIP project. You will be evaluated for all the following components described earlier – such as Gain Attention, Personal Information, Main Menu, GOAL Statement(s) or Learning Outcomes, Instructional Contents, Drill and Practice Exercises, Tests, Tracking, Team Members, Acknowledgement and References as well as other related files.

You are to develop and complete all assignments using Adobe Director as the multimedia authoring platform. Apply all necessary multimedia elements where possible incorporating other computer applications such as SwishMax, Goldwave, Photoshop and others.

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(II) For MIP v.2 Group Project:

  1. Gaining Attention sequence
  2. Main Menu screen
  3. Personal Information page
  4. GOAL Statement and Terminal Objectives
  5. Teaching Content pages
  6. Drill, Practice and Reinforcement screens
  7. Testing screens
  8. Tracking screens
  9. Acknowledgement page
  10. References page
  11. Navigation screen
  12. Designers and Producers page

NOTE: Your work is due on the 16th. Week (or to be confirmed) of the semester. Submit the following:

  1. The original Director files of all your MIP work.
  2. The projector – converting all Director files of your MIP as a standalone file.
  3. Name your MIP project with your Group Name
  4. Include all necessary files and folders such as ‘Fonts’ folder, SWF folder, Graphic folder, Video&Audio clip folder, and other necessary folders
  5. Create, design and develop labels for your MIP v.2 CDR/DVDR and its DVD casing.