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INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY MALAYSIA

COURSE OUTLINE
Kulliyyah / Centre
Institute of Education
Department
NA
Programme
B. Ed
Name of Course
Fundamentals of Multimedia Technology
Course Code
EDT 1602
Name of Academic staff/Instructor

14

28

Others

Practical

Lecture

Tutorial

Rational for the inclusion of the course


This course will provide the knowledge and skills on developing interactive
multimedia projects. The field of multimedia, and the impact of multimedia upon
various societal segments will be explored.
Semester offered
Semester 1, 2010
Status
Minor
Level
Undergraduate
Proposed Start Date
Semester 1, 2010
Batch of Student to be affected
Intake 2009/2010
Total Student Learning Time (SLT)
Face to Face

78

Total Guided and


Independent Learning
120 hours

Others: group project, post reading and mid term


Credit Hours

Skills

How they are


Assessment method
Type of assessment
Description
developed
Designing ICT Project
Graded presentation
Research Lectures
Assignment
Research paper
Problem
Instructional materials
Class exercise
solving
and
Projects
Complete assignment and produce
analytical
multimedia technology
Resource Based
skills

Information search skill assessment.

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3 hours
Contact Hours
3 hours
Pre-requisites
None
Co-requisites
None
Course

Objectives
The objectives of this course are:
1.
introduce current technology in multimedia utilization
2.
discuss the various elements of multimedia building blocks
3.
discuss and demonstrate the effective use of multimedia technology in
education
4.
apply elements of teamwork design and development of multimedia.
Learning Outcomes
At the end of the course, students should be able to:
1. exhibit an understanding of concepts and the process technologies within the
multimedia
2. describe the impact of multimedia to the various segments of society,
particularly to the field of education
3. produce instructional components in the form of images, sound, video
snippets and animation for use in multimedia instruction
4. produce a simple multimedia group project with the integration of images,
sound, video snippets and animation
Transferable Skills:

Teaching-learning
/assessment strategy

Course Synopsis
The use of technology within the multimedia, the process of developing interactive
multimedia projects, an overview of the field of multimedia, and the impact of
multimedia upon various societal segments will be discussed. Students will also be
exposed to the multimedia computer selection, designing Graphical User Interfaces,
scanning for multimedia, sound digitization, the process of digitizing and editing
video, as well as animation.
Mode of Delivery
Lecture and student presentation

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Assessment Methods and Type/Course Assessment


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METHOD

3, 4

Projects
- Photo Editing (15%)
- Basic Animation in PowerPoint
(20%)
- Short Video Clip (25%)
Midterm

60

e-Portfolio using PowerPoint


(Individual)

20

TOTAL

100

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1, 2, 3, 4

20

Mapping of course/module to the Programme Learning Outcomes

Programme

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demonstrate an
understanding of digital
media and hardware in
current educational
settings
demonstrate their ability
to operate and
manipulate of the PC
and related peripherals
as a teaching and
learning tool;
elaborate the use
internet technology and
its application in
educational settings;
utilize efficiently the
various productivity
software of the PC
environment in
educational
management
perspective.
demonstrate the impact
of PC towards
education and society.

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Content outline of the course/module and the SLT per topic


Week
Topics
Learning Hours
Task
1
Concepts and Technologies of Multimedia
Introduction to the concept and theory behind the multimedia technology and its
importance in todays educational environment.
8
Peck, chap. 1
Lachs, chap. 1

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2
Technical basics in the
Multimedia technologies
Underlying components in the
Multimedia technologies and cross platform formats in the imaging process and text.
Also discussed are concepts of sound compression and formats.

10

Peck, chap. 5
Neo, chap. 1
3
Hardware to enhance the
multimedia
Digital cameras, scanners, printers and CD burning devices
8
Neo, chap. 2-4
Peck, chap. 5
4
PC Multimedia software
Explanation of the various
Software used in the multimedia, from the basics of BIOS to the various
application software used in
Windows and Open software
10
Neo, chap. 2-4
5
Multimedia Building Blocks
- Text Processors
The basics of text processors and
enhancements capabilities to produce reports, bulletins and
publications in the field of education
10
Neo, chap. 2 and distributed materials

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6
Multimedia Building Blocks Images and graphics An introduction to the field
of digital imaging and graphics using common software
10
Neo, chap. 2
Peck, chap. 7
7
Multimedia Building Blocks - Animation/ video techniques
Principles and the basics in animation and video to produce attention seeking devices
and process diagrams
8
Neo, chap. 3
8
Multimedia Building Blocks - Digital audio
Differences between analog and digital sound. Basics in sound editing for
instructional purposes
8
Peck, chap. 8
Neo, chap. 3
9
Presentation techniques
An exposure to e-presentation using Multimedia Building Blocks for instruction
8
Distributed materials and Peck, chap. 13
10
Project Planning in the creation of multimedia project
An introduction to project planning specifically dealing with the process of creating
an instructional multimedia
16
Lachs, chap. 2-3
Peck, chap. 2-3
11
CD ROM development process 1
The integration of components in the development of multimedia
8
Neo, chap. 4
12
CD ROM development process 2

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Principles and hands-on experience in the burning of a CD ROM for instruction.


Creation of CD labels.
8
Distributed materials
13
Multimedia beyond the traditional classroom
The impact of internet in todays environment and upon education
8
distributed materials and Peck part IV.
14
Summary and Class presentation
The presentation and discussion of students project

8
Required references supporting the course
Peck, D.D. (1998). Multimedia A Hands-on Instruction. Albany, New York: Delmar
Publishers, Thomson Publishing House.
Recommended references supporting the course
Lachs, V. (2000). Making Multimedia in the Classroom: A Teachers Guide. London:
Routledge
Falmer
Mai, N & Ken Neo (1998). Authorware: The Multimedia Icon. Kuala Lumpur: Meway
computec.
Vaughn, T. (2001). Multimedia: Making It Work. London: McGraw-Hill
Proposed Start
Date (Semester)
Semester 1, 2010/2011
Batch of Students
to be affected
All students
Prepared by:
______________________
(A.P. Dr. Ahmad Marzuki)
Checked by:
_____________________
(A.P. Dr. Kamal Basha)

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Approved by:
_____________________
(Dean/Director )
Dr Siti Rafiah Abdul Hamid
At the end of the programme, students are able to:

1.
Demonstrate familiarity with established knowledge in the field of information
technology (IT) and awareness of current development therein.
Knowledge
2.
Use relevant skills learnt in this information technology (IT) area for professional and
personal development.
Practical Skills
3.
Cooperate with others and apply knowledge in a socially responsible manner for the
progress of the nation and the ummah.
Social skills and Responsibilities
4.
Demonstrate commitment to ethics, autonomy and professionalism in the workplace
and everyday life.
Value, Attitudes and Professionalism
5.
Communicate with people from a diverse range of backgrounds with empathy,
showing leadership qualities.
Communication, Leadership and Team Skills
6.
Analyse issues and demonstrate skilfulness in planning, executing and evaluating
strategies and action plans.
Problem Solving and Scientific Skills
7.
Use the necessary learning skills in information management and apply effective
strategies for lifelong self-improvement.
Information Management and Lifelong Learning Skills
8.
Apply basic managerial and entrepreneurial skills in relevant fields.
Managerial and Entrepreneurial Skills
9.
Integrate Islamic Universal values in the execution of their professional duties
Islamization of Knowledge