Examples of Multimedia Systems

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Case Studies depicted below have been adapted from various sources and Due credit is mentioned wherever the source is known.

Case Study 1


Case Study 2

CEMCA's Multimedia Learning Material Quality Assurance 



Indicators of Analysis

  1. Needs are clearly stated and comprehensive.
  2. Needs are appropriately prioritised.
  3. Context is clearly and fully mapped.
  4. Learner profiles are adequately captured.
  5. Primary purpose of MLM is clearly stated.
  6. Usage aspects of MLM are clearly specified. (e.g. standalone / series, supplementary, integrated and/or any other).
  7. Content outline is indicative of the scope of the MLM.
  8. Raw content has been validated for appropriateness and accuracy.
  9. Content is accurately classified for design treatment as per learning domain.



Indicators of DESIGN

  1. Objectives are clearly defined, achievable, relevant and measurable.
  2. Content is pedagogically structured, logically sequenced and consonant with learner profile.
  3. Instructional Strategy is clearly stated, appropriate, achievable and compliant with ‘Analysis’ requirements.
  4. Media mix is appropriate, engaging and consonant with objectives.
  5. Learner Evaluation Scheme includes a variety of assessment techniques and is consonant with learning objectives.
  6. The Graphical User Interface (GUI) Design is intuitive, visually appealing and consistent.
  7. Fonts are legible and visually appealing.
  8. Layouts are clearly defined, consider all elements and reflect information hierarchy.
  9. Content, visuals, and instructional strategy are contextually relevant, gender and racially sensitive.
  10. Technical design is consonant with ‘Analysis’, ‘Instructional Strategy’ and ‘Visual Design’ requirements.
  11. The technical design reflects the latest developments in technology.
  12. Technical Design is compatible with on-line delivery requirements.
  13. Prototype Testing shows the effectiveness of ‘Instructional Design Strategy’, ‘Visual Design’ and ‘Technical Design’.



Indicators of DEVELOPMENT

  1. Storyboard follows a Structure Map, Objectives and defined Instructional Strategies.
  2. Storyboard uses simple, correct and clear language.
  3. Instructions provided in the storyboard to the developers are unambiguous and detailed.
  4. MLM is validated by subject experts.
  5. MLM is compliant with specified standards.
  6. Process Documents facilitate easy and quick development of MLM
  7. MLM testing in a simulated environment satisfies overall performance requirements.




  1. Implementation strategy provides clear roadmap for execution.
  2. Instructional manuals are self-explanatory, applicable and usable.
  3. Timelines for implementation are appropriate and realistic.
  4. Appropriate structure and resources are in place for implementation.
  5. Facilitators are empowered for implementation.
  6. Learners are adequately oriented.



Indicators for Evaluation

  1. Evaluation strategy is clearly outlined.
  2. Evaluation process is rigorous and as per standard procedures.
  3. Institutional mechanisms required for evaluation are specified.
  4. Evaluation tools are objective, valid and reliable.
  5. Provision for feedback and improvement is made.

Case Study 3

Case Study 4

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