High quality rich media learning resources can support understanding of conceptual material, provide visual examples of practice and contextualise the broader learning experience. Interactive learning resources can provide a place for experiential engagement and experimentation with content and interaction with peers and teachers. Resources can be curated from those available commercially, within Open Educational Resource libraries or MOOCs, or developed and quality assured by teaching and educational design staff, students or media specialists.
Example strategies for Interactive Resources include:
- Contextualising Discussions with Video
- Engage the Learner with Multimedia new
- Inclusive Universal Design new
- Develop Immersive Experiences new